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9 surveys for M. Smith

ECMC48H: Money and Banking
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 53
Session: Winter 2002 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 67.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 06643261734.60
Evaluations 03923491164.78
Organization 314173619833.90
Explanations 611114020933.96
Enthusiasm 031117461764.81
Teaching 331226421234.52
Workload 30664141134.34
Difficulty 3036329304.27
Value 7075472504.29
Retake Yes: 71.0%   No: 29.0%
calendar, timetable No Comments


ECMC48H: Money and Banking
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 71
Session: Fall 2001 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 69.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00446331344.70
Evaluations 006223329105.15
Organization 013233521443.92
Explanations 24252735244.08
Enthusiasm 02192738864.49
Teaching 02173531684.42
Workload 00649211594.72
Difficulty 00456291004.41
Value 52246241724.35
Retake Yes: 70.0%   No: 30.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Smith answered questions well and explained the material from the textbook well. Unfortunately, he was often difficult to find and his handwriting on the board was hard to read. The course covered too much material in a very short time, so it was hard to get a firm understanding of all material taught.


PSYA01Y: Introductory Psychology
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 237
Session: Summer 2002 Section: 2 Percent Response: 81.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 11216343775.14
Evaluations 241032261764.42
Organization 029162435115.02
Explanations 000142536225.51
Enthusiasm 002133030235.49
Teaching 004122639185.50
Workload 01448251814.46
Difficulty 00152241724.47
Value 003253125135.05
Retake Yes: 86.0%   No: 13.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Smith showed enthusiasm in the course material, and her lectures were interesting and informative. Online notes or overheads would have been helpful for students. Although she took time to explain concepts clearly, students felt her exams were demanding.


PSYA01Y: Introduction to Psychology
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 251
Session: Fall 2001 Section: 2 Percent Response: 69.3%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 013143634125.40
Evaluations 12726372074.84
Organization 214152436185.38
Explanations 00171738386.10
Enthusiasm 00292834255.61
Teaching 001112237305.89
Workload 12460201034.38
Difficulty 10257291114.53
Value 002273025165.26
Retake Yes: 92.0%   No: 8.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Smith was approachable and well organized. The videos were helpful and appreciated. The textbook readings were helpful, but copious. Students commented that exams should be made to appropriately test students' knowledge rather than making the tests difficult then marking on a curve. Overall, lectures were effective and the pace was appropriate.


PSYC53H: Psychology and the Law
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 83
Session: Fall 2003 Section: 1 Percent Response: 73.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 03626402204.70
Evaluations 18162639804.20
Organization 13922342434.70
Explanations 01421372945.00
Enthusiasm 00116452295.20
Teaching 01621343415.00
Workload 0006727404.40
Difficulty 0105931804.40
Value 01336321784.90
Retake Yes: 83.0%   No: 16.0%
calendar, timetable No Comments


PSYC53H: Psychology and the Law
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 95
Session: Fall 2002 Section: 1 Percent Response: 63.2%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 061026361814.41
Evaluations 310302028603.69
Organization 03623352554.76
Explanations 015213821114.94
Enthusiasm 103113336135.26
Teaching 05326302684.85
Workload 0116623514.21
Difficulty 01366161014.22
Value 02436401624.70
Retake Yes: 73.0%   No: 26.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Professor Smith made the course material very interesting. Students found exams to be difficult, and suggest better communication about expectations for the short answer questions. Students also felt that the marking scheme was not reflective of their actual knowledge.


PSYC53H: Psychology and the Law
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 89
Session: Fall 2001 Section: 1 Percent Response: 65.2%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 025183525165.30
Evaluations 021341251454.51
Organization 002183229205.52
Explanations 002113332235.68
Enthusiasm 002143333185.51
Teaching 000183627185.40
Workload 0075633404.34
Difficulty 0006829224.43
Value 000204718165.35
Retake Yes: 92.0%   No: 8.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Smith was an engaging lecturer who kept students interested. Although concepts were well-explained, expectations of the students were not clear. Many students felt they were unable to prepare effectively for exams. The guest speaker and videos provided a welcome change from the regular class schedule.


PSYD50H: Current Topics in Memory and Cognition
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 26
Session: Winter 2003 Section: 1 Percent Response: 84.6%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00418950185.55
Evaluations 009181340185.30
Organization 004181340225.43
Explanations 004221340185.31
Enthusiasm 040181836225.40
Teaching 009181831225.29
Workload 00450221394.63
Difficulty 00063221304.40
Value 50038380164.59
Retake Yes: 66.0%   No: 33.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
There was much overlap between the lectures and the readings. Quizzes given every week helped students to keep up with the readings in this class.


PSYD50H: Current Topics in Memory and Cognition
Instructor: Smith, M. Course Enrollment: 20
Session: Winter 2002 Section: 1 Percent Response: 90.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00062250225.90
Evaluations 000112833285.78
Organization 00001750336.16
Explanations 00011667175.95
Enthusiasm 00061133506.27
Teaching 0006650396.27
Workload 00039392204.83
Difficulty 001156171704.44
Value 000122929295.70
Retake Yes: 100.0%   No: 0.0%
calendar, timetable Comments
Smith presented the material in a well-organized manner. The class challenged students to understand topics being covered in the assigned readings. The learning experience of the course was higher than average and 100% of the students who replied said they would retake it, taking into consideration what they know now (Question 20).


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