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Welcome to BME 210 Physiological Transport Phenomena Fall 2008 Robert J. Roselli.

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1 Welcome to BME 210 Physiological Transport Phenomena Fall 2008 Robert J. Roselli

2 Traditional vs. challenge-based learning

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4 Results show that HPL and traditional students made equivalent knowledge gains, but that HPL students demonstrated significantly greater improvement in innovative thinking abilities. Methods: Posttest vs. Pretest 1) Knowledge Questions: 6 multiple choice 2) Open Ended Problem

5 p < 0.01 Innovation: This score reflects how effectively students are able to apply their knowledge base and analysis tools to devise a wise strategy for solving a difficult open ended problem.

6 p < Efficiency: This score examines whether students applied appropriate governing principles and constitutive equations to model the process.

7 Multiple Perspectives Generate Ideas Research & Revise Test your mettle Go Public The Challenge Legacy Cycle

8 Active In-Class Learning Bring pencil, paper, calculator/laptop to class. Bring pencil, paper, calculator/laptop to class.

9 Formative Assessment: TurningPoint Your choice: XR Response Card RF Response Card

10 Student Performance vs. Class Participation BME 210 Fall 2001

11 Participation Groups BME 210, Fall 2001

12 Homework Performance vs. Participation Group BME 210, Fall 2001

13 Exam Performance vs. Participation Group BME 210, Fall 2001

14 Final Exam Performance vs. Participation Group BME 210, Fall 2001

15 Final Grade vs. Participation Group BME 210, Fall 2001


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