This paper describes the effect of changing course content and teaching methodology for an introductory course in Environmental Processes. Student evaluations were used both to monitor the effect of the changes, as well as to change the course structure and the didactics. The result of the change was a better average score at the examination, and higher student satisfaction. The paper illustrates the usefulness of course evaluations in course development.
|Journal||Water Science and Technology|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
- course development
- Environmental engineering
- student evaluations