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2 surveys for ENGB06

ENGB06H: Canadian Literary Traditions
Instructor: Brown, R.M. Course Enrollment: 70
Session: Fall 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 54.3%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00518343485.21
Evaluations 33883434115.13
Organization 03516383085.11
Explanations 030223027195.35
Enthusiasm 03002839315.92
Teaching 005113035195.51
Workload 00033531134.83
Difficulty 00051371104.60
Value 330174719115.06
Retake Yes: 57.1%   No: 42.9%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Brown was commended for being extremely knowledgeable, helpful and exuding true passion for teaching. Students appreciated the many methods of communication he used to engage students such as class discussions and online forums. Some found the marking scheme to be tough, however it was well-distributed (participation/essays/quizzes). Students would have appreciated better feedback on midterms and essays.


ENGB06H: Canadian Literary Traditions
Instructor: Bennett, D. and Brown, R. Course Enrollment: 41
Session: Fall 2003 Section: 1 Percent Response: 76.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00012413595.40
Evaluations 000162541165.60
Organization 03019383535.10
Explanations 000125112225.50
Enthusiasm 00092241255.80
Teaching 00062551165.80
Workload 0067416334.20
Difficulty 0037716304.20
Value 03042212574.90
Retake Yes: 72.0%   No: 27.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students had quite a lot to say about the unique experience of being taught by two professors, most often in the classroom at the same time. Some were very enthusiastic about the opportunity to be taught 'in dialogue' between two experienced collaborators in their field (they co-edited the anthology from which the course was instructed) while others felt that having two instructors at one time confused expectations. Some commented that the material of the course was somewhat dry.


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