Project-Enhanced Learning in the Mass and Energy Balances (MEB) Course




Project-Enhanced learning is an excellent way to facilitate student-centered learning along with traditional lecture-based learning. In this Class and Home problem, an example of Project-Enhanced learning is provided that can be used in the Mass and Energy Balances (MEB) course. The students solve this problem as part of a group while receiving feedback from the professor and the teaching assistants. The overall learning objectives of this problem fulfill multiple ABET requirements.

Author Biography

Nagma Zerin, Johns Hopkins University

Nagma Zerin is a Lecturer in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChemBE) department at Johns Hopkins University. She completed her BASc and MASc degrees in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo in Canada and obtained her PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. Her current research interests include understanding the mindsets of engineering students and creating an inclusive classroom.





Class and Home Problems