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3 surveys for BGYB30

BGYB30H: Mammalian Physiology I
Instructor: Forder, J. Course Enrollment: 206
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 54.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 11291525455.99
Evaluations 11461427456.02
Organization 202101525445.95
Explanations 10271623486.11
Enthusiasm 1024816676.44
Teaching 10281619516.11
Workload 031411920144.95
Difficulty 016312423135.03
Value 112191817325.59
Retake Yes: 80.0%   No: 20.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Forder?s enthusiasm and unique teaching style made her the best professor some students have ever had. Her use of interactive examples and tutorial games helped the class understand concepts more easily, and many appreciated the use of quizzes to help keep up with material. Her exams were also found to be fair and reflective of the course material. However, there was dismay over the late addition of testable material to one of the quizzes and comments on time management in class. Overall, students considered the professor an asset to the university and expressed an interest for further classes with this amazing instructor.


BGYB30H: Mammalian Physiology I
Instructor: Forder, J. Course Enrollment: 206
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 54.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 11291525455.99
Evaluations 11461427456.02
Organization 202101525445.95
Explanations 10271623486.11
Enthusiasm 1024816676.44
Teaching 10281619516.11
Workload 031411920144.95
Difficulty 016312423135.03
Value 112191817325.59
Retake Yes: 80.0%   No: 20.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Forderís enthusiasm and unique teaching style made her the best professor some students have ever had. Her use of interactive examples and tutorial games helped the class understand concepts more easily, and many appreciated the use of quizzes to help keep up with material. Her exams were also found to be fair and reflective of the course material. However, there was dismay over the late addition of testable material to one of the quizzes and comments on time management in class. Overall, students considered the professor an asset to the university and expressed an interest for further classes with this amazing instructor.


BGYB30H: Mammalian Physiology I
Instructor: Nash, J. Course Enrollment: 496
Session: Fall 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 59.1%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 861727251254.11
Evaluations 871525261454.15
Organization 7716232116104.29
Explanations 1082326181053.84
Enthusiasm 1313232117853.62
Teaching 762127211454.07
Workload 102432619104.88
Difficulty 101393315104.89
Value 215302514245.08
Retake Yes: 52.2%   No: 47.8%
calendar, timetable Comments
Many students found the course interesting. However, they felt that Dr. Nash could bring more enthusiasm to the course and need to speak louder during lectures. The workload was cited as being high, with too much information to study in too little time. Students would have liked the content of the course to be evenly distributed between the midterm and the final exams, seen lecture notes posted ahead of time so as to facilitate the learning experience and less ambiguous wording on the midterm. In terms of the lecture notes, some found detailed power point slides to be great, while other thought the lectures had too much information. Nevertheless, many found Dr. Nash to be a very nice and knowledgeable professor. She was attentive and understanding to students. Overall, she performed quite well, taking into consideration this was her first time teaching this course.


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