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3 surveys for WSTC11

WSTC11H: Applied Study in Women and Development
Instructor: Nguyen, J. Course Enrollment: 37
Session: Winter 2008 Section: L01 Percent Response: 73.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00043838235.78
Evaluations 00043426385.96
Organization 00082638305.89
Explanations 00083430265.77
Enthusiasm 00003030416.11
Teaching 00043041265.89
Workload 0004926884.71
Difficulty 0006715084.42
Value 000232612155.25
Retake Yes: 96.0%   No: 4.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found Professor Nguyen to be very enthusiastic, informative and organized. Overall students found that she performs very well as an instructor.


WSTC11H: Applied Study in Women and Development
Instructor: Sayne, P. Course Enrollment: 40
Session: Winter 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 60.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 48131750804.25
Evaluations 09917392604.65
Organization 401729381304.33
Explanations 042117382104.50
Enthusiasm 409131330305.43
Teaching 44922263504.65
Workload 0087513404.13
Difficulty 0445825084.38
Value 090362714144.77
Retake Yes: 73.9%   No: 26.1%
calendar, timetable Comments
Reactions to this class were extremely mixed among students who all agreed it was somewhat unconventional. Some appreciated the focus on group work and discussion while others found it unfocused, and some students praise Professor Sayne's knowledge and passion while others found her not to be objective. A couple students commented that she was difficult to reach by e-mail, and had trouble addressing direct questions in class.


WSTC11H: Applied Study in Women and Development
Instructor: Sayne, P. Course Enrollment: 29
Session: Winter 2004 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 76.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 000322727145.23
Evaluations 000144132145.45
Organization 0010192933105.14
Explanations 000181845185.64
Enthusiasm 00003236326.00
Teaching 000143632185.55
Workload 001555201004.25
Difficulty 00185527004.09
Value 00548291454.67
Retake Yes: 90.9%   No: 9.1%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students gave this course high marks for relevance and for impacting their understanding of women's issues. Some students felt that the course was not adequately organized at times and greater communication regarding expectations in assignments and such would have been helpful.


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