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2 surveys for GGRA01

GGRA01Y: Global Processes and Local Environments
Instructor: Bunce, M. Course Enrollment: 259
Session: Summer 2002 Section: 1 Percent Response: 76.1%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00120412795.13
Evaluations 00427402164.88
Organization 001122934215.47
Explanations 002123132205.41
Enthusiasm 002152931215.44
Teaching 00082442245.72
Workload 0146718424.10
Difficulty 0045725924.33
Value 00233371874.80
Retake Yes: 77.0%   No: 22.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Bunce is an excellent instructor. He was well-organized and enthusiastic about the topics he taught. He was very clear in explaining concepts and was enjoyable to listen to. This professor made good use of visual aids in lectures such as overheads. Students found his lectures effective because he presented information in a humourous manner. An interesting course.


GGRA01Y: Global Processes and Local Environments
Instructor: Relph, T. Course Enrollment: 230
Session: Summer 2002 Section: 1 Percent Response: 63.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 001144029125.17
Evaluations 00316402995.10
Organization 00373033255.60
Explanations 00063235245.62
Enthusiasm 001133233185.39
Teaching 00042844215.67
Workload 0096715504.00
Difficulty 00106411934.16
Value 00324402284.93
Retake Yes: 85.0%   No: 14.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Relph is enthusiastic, patient, helpful, and efficient. He was effective in communicating information in an interesting manner and it was obvious that he really enjoyed what he was teaching. Students found the material interesting and the professor easy to understand. Many appreciated his course homepage and his online lecture notes; they were detailed and helpful for studying. Also, he made good use of other related websites. Students had mixed feelings about the tutorials. Some felt they were very helpful while others felt that there could have been more structure. Some concerns included: weekly quizzes not the best type of evaluation, lack of consistency in marking methodology used by Teaching Assistants, no mark incentive for participating in the tutorials, and not enough feedback on papers and quizzes. Overall, this was an interesting course and a great professor.


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