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3 surveys for M. Loudon

HISC24H: Early Modern Britain I: From the Wars of the Roses to the Defeat of the Armada, 1458-1588
Instructor: Loudon, M. Course Enrollment: 39
Session: Fall 2004 Section: 1 Percent Response: 61.5%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 4008295445.38
Evaluations 800132542135.21
Organization 4404842385.83
Explanations 40001746335.96
Enthusiasm 40002533385.92
Teaching 44002154175.58
Workload 0005050004.50
Difficulty 00063251304.50
Value 05014413295.23
Retake Yes: 87.5%   No: 12.5%
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HISC24H: Early Modern Britain I: From the Wars of the Roses to the Defeat of the Armada, 1458-1588
Instructor: Loudon, M. Course Enrollment: 24
Session: Fall 2003 Section: 1 Percent Response: 83.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00030501554.90
Evaluations 00535352054.80
Organization 510104035003.90
Explanations 001050152054.60
Enthusiasm 000102545205.80
Teaching 00015355005.30
Workload 00545252054.80
Difficulty 0004050554.80
Value 000214215215.40
Retake Yes: 63.0%   No: 36.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students were generally appreciative of the instruction in this course, giving the instructor high marks for availability and approachability, while expressing concerns relating to his organization in the classroom and tendency to jump around between topics. Some students felt that the grading scheme, which included only two major papers and the final, did not accurately reflect understanding of the material.


HISC25H: Early Modern Britain II: From the Defeat of the Armada to the Formation of Great Britain, 1588-1707
Instructor: Loudon, M. Course Enrollment: 11
Session: Winter 2004 Section: 1 Percent Response: 100.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00918185505.18
Evaluations 0090454505.27
Organization 001818361894.82
Explanations 00994518185.27
Enthusiasm 00903627275.64
Teaching 0099186405.36
Workload 00055181894.82
Difficulty 0094527994.64
Value 000401020305.40
Retake Yes: 63.6%   No: 36.4%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students in this course felt that the lecture style was at times a bit jumbled and disjointed but the material was approached solidly nonetheless from a knowledgeable perspective. Students gave the instructor credit for making the material engaging and interesting.


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