2020 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics B Students Comments
 Comment by Prof. Parent Due to the corona virus, the university has switched off the students evaluations of courses this semester. I'd like to get your feedback nonetheless because I'll use it to improve AME536B next year. Simply log in as user AME536B and tell me in this thread the good points of the course as well as what you feel could be improved. Thank you.
 05.05.20
 Comment by Student AME536B Providing solutions from the homework helps immensely with the learning process. Providing guidance as it has been done is extremely helpful but finishing a class not knowing what you don't know because you have no idea where you are making mistakes is ridiculous from my point of view. Indeed, in industry as well as research some problems don't have a solution and many times you don't know if your solution is right. However, this is a fundamental class that should allow students to learn from their mistakes and it is a disappointment to finish a class not knowing why you are wrong. 'Just saying think about' is not enough, that is something that I have never heard it in industry and/or academia before. Generally in industry/academia people will discuss with you why your approach might be wrong but in a class is very hard to be able to discuss your thought process with the professor.This approach might be more efficient in a pure research and/or industry setting where you can always talk to your peer about your process but in a class setting with several students is very hard.
 05.09.20
Comment by Prof. Parent
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