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3 surveys for PHLC05

PHLC05H: Ethical Theory
Instructor: Sobel, J.H. Course Enrollment: 29
Session: Fall 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 37.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 0100371919194.91
Evaluations 000102855105.64
Organization 01010281028194.91
Explanations 0028191019285.00
Enthusiasm 000101028556.27
Teaching 000371928195.27
Workload 001046370104.55
Difficulty 000283728105.18
Value 0010372810194.91
Retake Yes: 54.5%   No: 45.5%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students felt that Professor Sobel did an excellent job teaching this course. They also enjoyed his enthusiasm.


PHLC05H: Ethical Theory
Instructor: Sobel, J.H. Course Enrollment: 28
Session: Fall 2005 Section: 1 Percent Response: 67.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 000282233175.39
Evaluations 000112250175.72
Organization 066112233225.39
Explanations 0011112828225.39
Enthusiasm 00011617676.39
Teaching 06011644335.83
Workload 00047321654.79
Difficulty 00547261654.68
Value 0011282811225.06
Retake Yes: 76.5%   No: 23.5%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Sobel is an extremely knowledgeable Professor who is enthusiastic about the material covered. His slides were noted as being quite good.


PHLC05H: Ethical Theory
Instructor: Sobel, J.H. Course Enrollment: 21
Session: Fall 2004 Section: 1 Percent Response: 81.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 06618476184.94
Evaluations 000184124185.41
Organization 001263512355.53
Explanations 001229296245.00
Enthusiasm 00004718355.88
Teaching 0012124118185.18
Workload 000591812124.76
Difficulty 000242935125.35
Value 000133320335.73
Retake Yes: 64.7%   No: 35.3%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students very much appreciated Professor Sobel's breadth of knowledge suggesting that if anything he knows 'too much'. As a result of this some felt that too much knowledge was assumed of students and stages in explanation were skipped over. Some complained that lectures routinely started and ended late and also that they had trouble staying attentive. Several simply felt there was routinely too much information in not enough time.


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