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2 surveys for ANTC25

ANTC25H: Anthropology and Psychology
Instructor: Lambek, M. Course Enrollment: 35
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 71.4%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00832292944.88
Evaluations 00424363245.08
Organization 402012401684.63
Explanations 084163229125.04
Enthusiasm 000292924165.29
Teaching 008242429165.20
Workload 004403212124.88
Difficulty 00040401284.88
Value 04016242945.11
Retake Yes: 62.5%   No: 37.5%
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ANTC25H: Anthropology and Psychology
Instructor: Lambek, M. Course Enrollment: 38
Session: Fall 2002 Section: 1 Percent Response: 76.3%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 0036414165.26
Evaluations 000133144105.41
Organization 007144225105.07
Explanations 000143532175.42
Enthusiasm 30033535215.47
Teaching 00072553145.69
Workload 00068171034.38
Difficulty 00055172434.70
Value 0045429484.53
Retake Yes: 68.0%   No: 31.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Lambert is an exceptional professor who is well-prepared, helpful, and knowledgeable. He acknowledges questions and answers them effectively and enthusiastically. Good use of discussion in class to debate issues; more discussion would make the course more interesting. It was suggested more structure is needed for the course, such as having mid-term evaluations; students would know their progress in the course and would observe the instructor's evaluation style. The material presented was interesting but some felt it needed more depth and analysis. The lectures were very informative but they were a bit fast-paced at times causing some students to become confused. The teaching and reading load was quite heavy for a half course. It was suggested that this course be changed from a half course to a full-year course (two half courses, part one and part two) Overall, a very enjoyable and educational course.


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