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5 surveys for ENGC21

ENGC21H: The Victorian Novel to 1860
Instructor: Bolus-Reichert, C. Course Enrollment: 55
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 61.8%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00001239486.36
Evaluations 00001236506.39
Organization 0000930596.52
Explanations 0000336596.58
Enthusiasm 0000324716.70
Teaching 0000027716.73
Workload 00050271834.73
Difficulty 0006230304.38
Value 000123018245.64
Retake Yes: 93.5%   No: 6.5%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found Professor Bolus-Reichert to be an exceptional lecturer who was very organized, enthusiastic and informative. Her use of media sources further increased the students understanding of the difficult material. Her use of lecture slides made it very easy for the students to follow along and know what topics were more important.


ENGC21H: The Victorian Novel to 1860
Instructor: Cowan, Y. Course Enrollment: 46
Session: Fall 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 58.7%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00044141125.62
Evaluations 000122645155.65
Organization 001203441125.42
Explanations 00482341235.73
Enthusiasm 0000830566.52
Teaching 000122338305.85
Workload 000123441125.54
Difficulty 00045341244.72
Value 0004915844.55
Retake Yes: 65.4%   No: 34.6%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students generally enjoyed this course and found Professor Cowan to be enthusiastic and approachable. However, it was noted that his lectures could have been better structured. Further, students felt that an excessive number of novels were assigned while an insufficient amount of time was actually spent analyzing the texts. Nonetheless, students appreciated the professor's use of micro-themes, the feedback he provided on assignments, and class discussions.


ENGC21H: The Victorian Novel to 1860
Instructor: Boyd, J. Course Enrollment: 33
Session: Fall 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 60.6%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 005352520155.05
Evaluations 55540255154.50
Organization 500302030155.10
Explanations 500301530205.20
Enthusiasm 500153025255.40
Teaching 500154020205.25
Workload 00051535456.20
Difficulty 00020403555.25
Value 500302520205.10
Retake Yes: 55.0%   No: 45.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Many students enjoyed the course because they found Professor Boyd to be a wonderful instructor who was very passionate about the subject matter. The appreciated him returning assignments back on time with proper feedback. However, some felt that the work load was very high compared to other courses at the same level. For future, they recommend more discussion in class rather than reading off textbooks and having more organized and focused lectures.


ENGC21H: The Victorian Novel to 1860
Instructor: Bolus-Reichert, C. Course Enrollment: 51
Session: Fall 2005 Section: 1 Percent Response: 78.4%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 003103030285.70
Evaluations 03083328305.72
Organization 00052535356.00
Explanations 00082533355.95
Enthusiasm 00051528516.26
Teaching 00053033335.92
Workload 000153833135.44
Difficulty 00051281554.74
Value 003262616295.42
Retake Yes: 68.4%   No: 31.6%
calendar, timetable Comments
Most students enjoyed Professor Christine Bolus Reichert's lectures and found them well organized and interesting. The students also found her very knowledgeable and approachable. One major concern students expressed was the huge amount of readings for this course.


ENGC21H: The Victorian Novel to 1860
Instructor: Winters, S. Course Enrollment: 61
Session: Fall 2004 Section: 1 Percent Response: 57.4%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00062943235.83
Evaluations 00333143205.74
Organization 00032141356.09
Explanations 00091446316.00
Enthusiasm 0003629636.51
Teaching 00031751296.06
Workload 00062923436.03
Difficulty 00043312334.86
Value 000283116255.38
Retake Yes: 74.3%   No: 25.7%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students liked this course very much. Despite some concerns the material might be dry Professor Winters made the course accessible and fun. Most students found the readings valuable and enjoyable but expressed concern over the total volume of material to read, suggesting that they didn't have time to enjoy or absorb it as they would wish.


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