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5 surveys for CLAA03

CLAA03H: Classical Mythology II: Myth of the Heroes
Instructor: Thornton, D. Course Enrollment: 254
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 24.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00051741376.10
Evaluations 00252728385.97
Organization 20092040305.85
Explanations 02041540406.12
Enthusiasm 0020723686.57
Teaching 00201541406.20
Workload 0226823404.25
Difficulty 0296619024.12
Value 002143020175.45
Retake Yes: 91.2%   No: 8.8%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found Professor Thornton to be an excellent professor who makes the course material more interesting. They also felt that the professor communicated clearly what was expected of them. They believed they would benefit further if the professor posted outlines of the lectures online, along with possible PowerPoint presentations.


CLAA03H: Classical Mythology II: Myths of the Heroes
Instructor: McDonald, I. Course Enrollment: 282
Session: Winter 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 50.7%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 324192736105.10
Evaluations 413172931145.17
Organization 323162636145.24
Explanations 425182330195.19
Enthusiasm 548232719144.75
Teaching 314213028135.10
Workload 3076615724.20
Difficulty 3096512934.21
Value 411332918144.95
Retake Yes: 79.8%   No: 20.2%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students described Professor McDonald as very polite and approachable. Some suggested that the Professor speak louder and with more enthusiasm in order to capture the students' interest and attention. Students found the use of videos in lectures very helpful (except for the occasional technical problems). Overall most students found the course to be truly enjoyable and interesting.


CLAA03H: Classical Mythology II: Myths of the Heroes
Instructor: McDonald, I. Course Enrollment: 263
Session: Winter 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 52.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 043202828155.20
Evaluations 133232632125.17
Organization 125202726195.23
Explanations 022212333195.39
Enthusiasm 144212424235.25
Teaching 123182828195.30
Workload 13106116644.21
Difficulty 0395422564.36
Value 002352611265.24
Retake Yes: 83.3%   No: 16.7%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students enjoyed the material of the course. Reviews of Professor McDonald were mixed with some enjoying his lecture style and others expressing that he had trouble keeping the classes attention. All agreed that he had great enthusiasm for mythology. Some students had issues with the multiple choice style testing and suggested that more written responses would be a better assessment.


CLAA03H: Classical Mythology II: Myths of the Heroes
Instructor: Kudsieh, S. Course Enrollment: 223
Session: Winter 2005 Section: 1 Percent Response: 35.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 01014433475.29
Evaluations 01311453385.29
Organization 00825421874.91
Explanations 01122422685.13
Enthusiasm 001143030265.65
Teaching 01114324295.39
Workload 03146612504.03
Difficulty 04146612313.99
Value 000282629175.35
Retake Yes: 87.3%   No: 12.7%
calendar, timetable Comments
Overall, students thought that Suha Kudsieh did a good job in teaching the course. Some commented that the lectures could be better organized, and the blocks of time scheduled for each class could be better structured.


CLAA03H: Classical Mythology II: Myths of the Heroes
Instructor: McMurran, F. Course Enrollment: 209
Session: Winter 2004 Section: 1 Percent Response: 61.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 002152540195.57
Evaluations 025212233185.32
Organization 02192238285.78
Explanations 01252234385.98
Enthusiasm 00031223626.44
Teaching 01272136345.91
Workload 11106519324.17
Difficulty 1286918214.10
Value 000273119235.38
Retake Yes: 90.4%   No: 9.6%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students in this course commented that Professor McMurran's lecture style was often quite hurried and while some students appreciated the pace others felt it was leaving them too little time to keep up to speed. Various concerns were expressed regarding the grading structure, with too little time allowed for the midterm, too much weight placed on the final (50%), and too much time taken to grade and return work. Still, students were quite pleased with the course as a whole, and many expressed their desire to see the course continue at UTSC and were concerned that it might not with the elimination of the minor program offering in Classics.


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