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5 surveys for PSYC31

PSYC31H: Clinical Neuropsychology
Instructor: Zakzanis, K. Course Enrollment: 81
Session: Summer 2008 Section: L30 Percent Response: 48.1%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 300182918295.49
Evaluations 301618831215.14
Organization 30332624395.86
Explanations 03061826446.05
Enthusiasm 00032131426.16
Teaching 03082426365.86
Workload 00382124425.97
Difficulty 003182626245.51
Value 00081829265.90
Retake Yes: 64.9%   No: 35.1%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found Professor Zakzanis to be an excellent professor. His use of demonstrations made lectures interesting, and enhanced the students' overall learning experience.


PSYC31H: Clinical Neuropsychology
Instructor: Zakzanis, K. Course Enrollment: 88
Session: Winter 2008 Section: L30 Percent Response: 63.6%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 044151738225.50
Evaluations 4611222217184.78
Organization 20020836335.76
Explanations 20011940365.96
Enthusiasm 2006836476.20
Teaching 040151142275.72
Workload 00061833406.11
Difficulty 00062434335.98
Value 206151824225.40
Retake Yes: 61.0%   No: 39.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Majority of students found Prof. Zakzanis to be an outstanding lecturer, and especially enjoy the concrete and helpful demonstrations. The biggest complaint by far was the chosen textbook is too long, dense, and difficult to read. A few students mentioned the exams were ambiguous, tricky, and not reflective of the effort put in.


PSYC31H: Clinical Neuropsychology
Instructor: Campbell, Z. Course Enrollment: 99
Session: Winter 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 53.5%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 022102238265.70
Evaluations 004123032225.56
Organization 00062428426.06
Explanations 00082434345.94
Enthusiasm 00261244366.06
Teaching 00082032406.04
Workload 000142931255.69
Difficulty 000273324165.27
Value 00815633385.77
Retake Yes: 75.5%   No: 24.5%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Campbell is credited for his enthusiasm, knowledge and excellent organization of the course material. He easily relates to the students and attends to their needs and opinions. While students appreciated the practical nature of the course and the organization of lectures, many found the textbook to be highly detailed and dry and requested that the book be changed.


PSYC31H: Clinical Neuropsychology
Instructor: Campbell, Z. Course Enrollment: 45
Session: Winter 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 64.4%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00073337225.74
Evaluations 004114130155.41
Organization 00072652155.74
Explanations 000112633305.81
Enthusiasm 00071937376.04
Teaching 00073026375.93
Workload 000153037195.59
Difficulty 000222237195.52
Value 0048840406.04
Retake Yes: 88.5%   No: 11.5%
calendar, timetable Comments
Overall, students agreed that Professor Campbell was an excellent instructor who showed enthusiasm for the course material and was very attentive to student needs. Several students commented on the lecture material, noting that it was interesting and informative to relate concepts to real life examples, but noted that at times Professor Campbell would speak too quickly to be easily understood. The majority of students noted that the textbook readings for the course were long and tedious and suggested that less readings be assigned in future.


PSYC31H: Clinical Neuropsychology
Instructor: Zakzanis, K. Course Enrollment: 54
Session: Winter 2005 Section: 1 Percent Response: 35.2%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 0005424755.53
Evaluations 0511262126114.84
Organization 00011216355.63
Explanations 00551137426.05
Enthusiasm 0005542476.32
Teaching 005112137265.68
Workload 00032372655.05
Difficulty 000373221115.05
Value 600222211395.44
Retake Yes: 68.4%   No: 31.6%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students enjoy Professor Zakzanis, as always, and only express regret that he wasn't lecturing for several classes that were handled by graduate students instead. Many students disliked either the course text or the way readings were assigned from it, feeling that course work was badly distributed over the term. Although most students do not regret taking the course some, who are used to Professor Zakzanis from previous classes, feel as though he did not live up to his usual high standard.


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