You’re sitting in class, munching pop corn, wondering what’s about to happen next. The lights dim then this… I sync my arrival into the room at the end of the video.
Okay, it’s that time again. An all new Themed Thermo class is back! Buckle up because it’s going to be a bumpy ride as we race through Thermodynamics in this exciting Back to the Future Theme! Register soon as seats fill up fast. CRN 80766 […]
COMPLETE STUDENT FEEDBACK FROM EGN 3343 FOR MY THEMED THERMODYNAMICS CLASS. Only edits are redactions of proper names which are not me and any personally identifiable information from students. Course Comment: please dont let certain people teach this very important and fundamental course, there is […]
Students can look forward to another fun semester of MakeCourse in Spring 2019! Also, I will not be teaching Thermodynamics this Summer 2019. Instead, look out for the next installment of a Back to the Future themed Thermo coming Fall 2019. Hope everyone had a […]
COMPLETE STUDENT FEEDBACK FROM EGN 3343 FOR MY THEMED THERMODYNAMICS CLASS. Course Comment: Great class! I made an autonomous drone and learned more in three months than I did in four years. All students should be required to take this course. I almost didn’t, but […]
Complete Student Feedback from EGN 3343 for my Themed Thermodynamics class. I learned alot Dr. Celestin was very clear about what it takes to be successful in his course. His lectures were informative and engaging. He dedicates time to make the course more interesting and […]
Prospective Students! The summer semester thermo class will be themed based on the hit NETFLIX original, Stranger Things! You can expect the quizzes to follow the fascinating fan fiction story arc from week to week while the exams will be standard. My classes offer very […]
Complete Student Feedback from EGN 3343 for my Themed Thermdynamics class. As an adult student, I appreciate the value professor Celestin brings to teaching. He is always looking to assist students even when it puts him behind in other areas of his work. I could […]