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3 surveys for PHLC42

PHLC42H: Topics in Chinese Philosophy: Confucianism
Instructor: Yan, J. Course Enrollment: 17
Session: Fall 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 88.2%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00014754275.93
Evaluations 000142040275.80
Organization 00002027546.33
Explanations 00071440406.13
Enthusiasm 0000740476.43
Teaching 0007740476.27
Workload 000143434205.60
Difficulty 00074734145.53
Value 0007144075.70
Retake Yes: 93.3%   No: 6.7%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Yan was described as a great and knowledgeable professor who explained differences in philosophies in new and interesting ways.


PHLC42H: Topics in Chinese Philosophy: Confucianism
Instructor: Yan, J. Course Enrollment: 32
Session: Fall 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 90.6%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 0000454875.62
Evaluations 00004541145.69
Organization 00073445145.66
Explanations 00032455175.86
Enthusiasm 00002145346.14
Teaching 00031059286.10
Workload 00046321474.82
Difficulty 00039391474.89
Value 000333011265.30
Retake Yes: 92.6%   No: 7.4%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Yan showed a genuine caring for her students. Students felt that evaluations were quite fair and appreciated the lecture notes that were provided.


PHLC42H: Topics in Chinese Philosophy: Confucianism
Instructor: Yan, J. Course Enrollment: 61
Session: Winter 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 95.1%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00021154346.20
Evaluations 0002555386.29
Organization 0002944456.33
Explanations 0000462356.31
Enthusiasm 0000454436.39
Teaching 0000245546.52
Workload 0005439704.54
Difficulty 00041411904.78
Value 004271840115.27
Retake Yes: 100.0%   No: 0.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Despite some initial concerns about the material to be covered, most students found they were able to approach this area of study (new to most) with success. Students found Professor Yan to be effective and 'benevolent.'


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