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5 surveys for HISC45

HISC45H: Immigrants and Race Relations in Canadian History
Instructor: Iacovetta, F. Course Enrollment: 66
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 65.2%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 000141452195.76
Evaluations 003122447145.60
Organization 00372433335.88
Explanations 00351445265.95
Enthusiasm 00071735386.07
Teaching 00031945336.10
Workload 00047262154.83
Difficulty 00063191434.55
Value 003262112125.05
Retake Yes: 73.8%   No: 26.2%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found the professor to be an enthusiastic, organized and reasonable professor. Her style of teaching was very clear and clearly demonstrated her expansive knowledge on the subject at hand. Her lecture notes were very precise, and easy to understand. Overall, students found her to be a great professor.


HISC45H: Immigrants and Race Relations in Canadian History
Instructor: Iacovetta, F. Course Enrollment: 128
Session: Winter 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 61.7%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00052446245.90
Evaluations 00062442275.90
Organization 000102738255.77
Explanations 00051546336.08
Enthusiasm 00061842336.03
Teaching 00012044346.11
Workload 10150341404.55
Difficulty 0117021514.32
Value 000342718215.25
Retake Yes: 87.7%   No: 12.3%
calendar, timetable Comments
Overall, students seemed to enjoy the material covered in class, but comments were polarized in two areas: Professor Iacouetta's lecture style and the TA. For as many students who enjoyed her lecture style and praised Professor Iacouetta's organizational skills, just as many said she spoke far too quickly and was hard to follow. In addition, many remarked that the TA was helpful, but an equal and just as vocal number of students found the TA's grading harsh and a lack of feedback frustrating. Several students appreciated the professor's understanding of the workload placed on university students in allowing ample time for assignments and to better prepare for tests.


HISC45H: Immigrants and Race Relations in Canadian History
Instructor: Iacovetta, F. Course Enrollment: 49
Session: Fall 2005 Section: 1 Percent Response: 75.5%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00032259165.89
Evaluations 00001946356.16
Organization 00063336255.81
Explanations 00032443306.00
Enthusiasm 00002243356.14
Teaching 00001451356.22
Workload 000224316195.32
Difficulty 00361171734.56
Value 000293521155.21
Retake Yes: 94.3%   No: 5.7%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students consistently denoted Professor Iacovetta's enthusiasm and her interactive approach to lecturing as well as the interesting course material. They also appreciated the fact that she marks on a quick and timely basis.


HISC45H: Immigrants and Race Relations in Canadian History
Instructor: Iacovetta, F. Course Enrollment: 22
Session: Fall 2002 Section: 1 Percent Response: 72.7%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00002556185.87
Evaluations 00002537376.06
Organization 0000668256.13
Explanations 0000056436.37
Enthusiasm 0000050506.50
Teaching 0000056436.37
Workload 00050311804.63
Difficulty 0006862504.52
Value 000253118255.38
Retake Yes: 100.0%   No: 0.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found Iacovetta to be a great teacher and she showed great enthusiasm for the material. Students also said that the format of the class was very conducive to learning.


HISC45H: Immigrants and Race Relations in Canadian History
Instructor: Iacovetta, F. Course Enrollment: 9
Session: Fall 2001 Section: 1 Percent Response: 100.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 0000056446.40
Evaluations 00001144446.27
Organization 0000067336.33
Explanations 0000067336.33
Enthusiasm 0000067336.33
Teaching 0000044566.56
Workload 00078110114.44
Difficulty 0001000004.00
Value 000114422225.50
Retake Yes: 100.0%   No: 0.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
This course was a great learning experience. Students were impressed with Professor Iacovetta's willingness to help with their questions. The small class size and intimate environment allowed great discussion. Most students enjoyed this course.


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