Questions | Number of responses per item |

1) Did you have difficulty understanding the theory covered in Heat Transfer? ( ) No. ( ) A little. ( ) Yes, a great deal. |
5 24 12 |

2) Did you have difficulty calculating microscopic transient balances in the activities during that month? ( ) No. ( ) A little. ( ) Yes, a great deal. |
24 17 0 |

3) Did you have difficulty calculating microscopic steady-state balances during that month? ( ) No. ( ) A little. ( ) Yes, a great deal. |
19 21 0 |

4) Do you prefer the monthly evaluations to be conducted as four or five activities in the classroom, as traditional exams or as another type of evaluation? ( ) I prefer four or five activities in the classroom. ( ) I prefer a traditional exam. ( ) I prefer another type of evaluation. (Describe such an evaluation below). |
24 6 13 |

5) After we discussed the use of Excel in the course, did you have difficulty performing the calculations in the requested activities? ( ) No. ( ) A little. ( ) Yes, a great deal. |
29 12 0 |

6) Did you have difficulty understanding the basics because we began with transient problems and then, moved to steady-state problems? ( ) No. ( ) A little. ( ) Yes, a great deal. |
12 24 5 |

7) Do you prefer the course to begin with transient problems and then move to steady-state problems or vice versa? Or do you prefer another option? ( ) I prefer that it begin with transient problems. ( ) I prefer that it begin with the steady state. ( ) I prefer that it begin in another way. (Describe how this part of the course should be conducted below). |
17 21 2 |

8) Did you have any difficulty understanding the heat transfer course? Mark the possibilities that apply. ( ) I understand the basics of the course well. ( ) I understand the physical sense of the problems well. ( ) I am able to connect the basics by solving a specific problem. ( ) I do not have a good understanding of the basics. ( ) I do not have a good understanding of the physical sense of the problems. ( ) I am not able to connect the basics by solving a specific problem. |
13 14 18 11 6 11 |