Spring 2012


Theoretical Perspectives in Women and Gender Studies (WMST 330/ENGL 408/PHIL 391)


Numerical Scores:

  • Course requirements were clear: 3.96/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • The course was well organized: 4.36/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • The instructor helped me to better understand the course material: 3.83/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • Feedback was helpful: 4.00/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • The instructor showed respect for the students: 4.78/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • The instructor was accessible either in person or electronically: 4.48/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • The course grading policy was clear: 3.57/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • Graded work reflected what was covered in the course: 4.04/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • The assignments helped me learn the material: 3.78/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • The textbook and/or assigned readings helped me understand the material: 3.78/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • Assignments and exams were returned in a reasonable amount of time: 4.13/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • The instructor covered the important aspects of the course as outlined in the syllabus: 4.48/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • The instructor made the class intellectually stimulating: 3.70/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • The instructor encouraged the students to be actively involved in the material through discussion, assignments, and other activities: 4.39/5.00 (mean) / 5.00/5.00 (median)
  • My overall rating of the teaching: 3.87/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
  • My overall rating of this course: 3.70/5.00 (mean) / 4.00/5.00 (median)
     

(Hard copies of the teaching evaluations for this course were, unfortunately, not provided to me, so I am unable to provide samples of my students’ written comments.)

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