The Importance of Measuring Students’ Opinions and Attitudes
AbstractThe data presented in this article are related to a research carried out at the University Rey Juan Carlos in Spain. Chemical Engineering taught as a subject across three Energy Engineering-based degree streams was evaluated for two academic years. Student insight on course development, their own expectations and results, and the evaluation system were explored via a 33-item survey, receiving 47 full responses. The present contribution provides the full responses obtained from students to the survey administered. The received data were studied applying thorough statistical analyses used to infer conclusions. The full set of data are made public here independently from the research article. View Full-Text
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