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ECMC67H: Development Policy
Instructor: Isgut, A. Course Enrollment: 40
Session: Winter 2007 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 72.5%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 21117142114113.89
Evaluations 11411212118144.50
Organization 77729257184.50
Explanations 741129297144.46
Enthusiasm 1144213614114.54
Teaching 1441414367114.18
Workload 000362514255.29
Difficulty 40039252574.86
Value 404322820124.88
Retake Yes: 32.1%   No: 67.9%
calendar, timetable Comments
Though some students commented on the enthusiasm and how knowledgeable the professor was, many were very disappointed with the course. The most common complaints (and there were very many as students were very vocal in their dismay) stated that Professor Isgut was hard to follow at times and could have been more organized. Many also noted that he had an ambiguous marking system and crammed far too much reading into short periods of time. Many students felt mislead by the course syllabus which stated that the final was to be a take home exam only to find out a month before the exam that it was going to be held in class. Several also complained that far too much material was covered in some classes causing them to lose out on a much needed break and that lecture materials were rarely posted on time.


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