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2 surveys for S. Wauchop

EESA11H: Environmental Pollution
Instructor: Wauchop, S. Course Enrollment: 154
Session: Winter 2006 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 58.4%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 913122726933.88
Evaluations 410824222664.49
Organization 77729271684.42
Explanations 661229271374.34
Enthusiasm 6715171822164.65
Teaching 871522281564.22
Workload 01247271864.74
Difficulty 0395225834.35
Value 144412413114.68
Retake Yes: 46.5%   No: 53.5%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students felt the depth of Professor Wauchop's knowledge in his field but had various concerns with the execution of this course. While slides and material seemed carefully prepared for each class, lectures were based so much off those same slides they seemed redundant to some. Many students felt they weren't given an opportunity to understand the expectations of the course and found work they were doing (particularly small assignments worth 1% of the final) to be graded entirely out of proportion to the effort required. Students hoped for improvement in the future, as most respected Professor Wauchop's sincere effort and genuine enthusiasm.


EESD15H: Cleaning up our Mess: Remediation of Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments
Instructor: Wauchop, S. Course Enrollment: 12
Session: Fall 2006 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 83.3%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 100601020003.30
Evaluations 10101050101003.70
Organization 200403010003.10
Explanations 2020302010002.80
Enthusiasm 100303030003.70
Teaching 1030401001002.90
Workload 0100601010104.40
Difficulty 1001050201004.00
Value 14140710003.29
Retake Yes: 0.0%   No: 100.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Since this course had a mixture of undergraduate and graduate students, undergraduate students were not clear on what materials they're responsible for. Though students found Professor Wauchop to be a nice instructor, many felt that he could have been more adequately prepared for lectures and provided a thorough course syllabus.


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