An In-depth Analysis of Open-ended Biomedical Engineering Design Problems and the Role of Metacognition in Their Solutions

Hannah Yssels, Marina Crowder, Ozcan Gulacar, Jennifer Choi
2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings   unpublished
Dr. Gulacar has a Master's degree in Physical Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Science Education. In the last 15 years, he has worked in settings including international high schools and doctorate granting institutions. He has designed and taught undergraduate/graduate chemistry and science education courses for a wide range of audiences. Due to his interest in investigating the effectiveness of different teaching methods and tools, he has received grants and established collaborations with colleagues
more » ... ns with colleagues from different fields and countries. Dr. Gulacar has developed and organized workshops about implementation of social constructivist methods and effective use of technological tools in science classrooms. is currently a Lecturer with potential for security of employment (LPSOE) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at UC Davis. In addition to teaching core undergraduate courses, Jennifer is aimed at integrating engineering design principles and hands-on experiences throughout the curriculum, and playing an active role in the senior design course.
doi:10.18260/1-2--29788 fatcat:miehy3aaajg37j24gz5owdnnoi