Course Evaluation Customization Form

Viewing: ENGR 14, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Sheppard, Smith, Gloria, Martinez, Luengo

Learning Goals

By the end of E14 students should be able to apply analytical skills (such as drawing free-body diagrams, writing and solving equilibrium equations, and checking and interpreting answers) to evaluate response of systems in equilibrium,

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


By the end of E14 students should be able to explain and demonstrate the role that equilibrium analysis and modeling play in engineering design and engineering applications more generally.

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


By the end of E14 students should be able to communicate about structural systems using mathematical, verbal and visual means.

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


By the end of E14 students should be able to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


By the end of E14 students should be able to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.
How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


Course Elements

How useful to you was the group project?


How useful to you were the labs?


How useful to you were the lectures?


How useful to you were the problem sets?


How useful to you was the textbook assigned readings, videos and problems from WileyPLUS Statics (accessed through Canvas)?


Additional Questions

How much did E14 affect your understanding of engineering?


Would you recommend E14 to a friend who wanted to learn more about engineering?


Which course element (e.g., projects, WileyPLUS on-line materials, in-class labs, in-class worksheets, office hours, problem sets) was most effective for your learning in E14?


What are one or two things that you think would most improve the E14 learning experience?



Process Comments:
Choosing only 5 course elements seemed like too few. This form was relatively easy to use!
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