Form: C

Department: Name
Instructor: Name
Course Number: No.
Section Number: No.

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  Please rate the following questions.  The rating categories are Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, Poor, and Very Poor.
 
 
Excellent Very Poor
E VG G F P VP
1.The course as a whole was: 
2.The course content was: 
3.The instructor's contribution to the course was: 
4.The instructor's effectiveness in teaching the subject matter was: 
5.Course organization was: 
6.Instructor's preparation for class was: 
 
Excellent Very Poor
E VG G F P VP
7.As a discussion leader, the instructor was: 
8.Instructor's contribution to discussion was: 
9.Conduciveness of class atmosphere to student learning was: 
10.Quality of questions or problems raised was: 
11.Student confidence in instructor's knowledge was: 
12.Instructor's enthusiasm was: 
 
Excellent Very Poor
E VG G F P VP
13.Encouragement given students to express themselves was: 
14.Instructor's openness to student views was: 
15.Interest level of class sessions was: 
16.Use of class time was: 
17.Instructor's interest in whether students learned was: 
18.Amount you learned in the course was: 
 
Excellent Very Poor
E VG G F P VP
19.Relevance and usefulness of course content were: 
20.Evaluative and grading techniques (tests, papers, projects, etc.) were: 
21.Reasonableness of assigned work was: 
22.Clarity of student responsibilities and requirements was: 
   
  For each of the following questions, please rate this course relative to other college courses which you have taken. The rating scale is from 6 to 0 where 6 means Much Higher and 0 means Much Lower.
 
 
Much
Higher
 
Average
Much
Lower
6 5 4 3 2 1 0
23. Do you expect your grade in this course to be:
24. The intellectual challenge presented was:
25. The amount of effort you put into this course was:
26. The amount of effort to succeed in this course was:
27. Your involvement in this course (doing assignments, attending classes, etc.) was:
   
  28. On average, how many hours per week have you spent on this course, including attending classes, doing readings, reviewing notes, writing papers, and any other related course work?
 
Under 2
2-3
4-5
6-7
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
18-19
20-21
22 or More
   
  29. From the total average hours above, how many do you consider were valuable in advancing your education?
 
Under 2
2-3
4-5
6-7
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
18-19
20-21
22 or More
   
  30. The grade I expect in this course is:
 
A
B+
B
C+
C
D
F
Satisfactory
No Credit
Other
   
  31. In regard to your academic program, this course is:
 
In my major
In my minor
A distribution requirement
An elective
Other
   
  32. My class is:
 
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Other
   
  33. When registering, was this a course you wanted to take?
 
Yes No Neutral
   
  DEPARTMENTAL ITEMS    (Use only as directed)
 
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  INDIVIDUAL CLASS ITEMS    (Use only as directed)
 
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  Student Comment Sheet
  Your comments in response to the following questions will be provided to the instructor after grades are turned in.  We encourage you to respond to all questions as thoughtfully and constructively as possible.  Your comments will be used by the instructor to improve the course.  However, you are not required to answer any questions.
 

1.Was this class intellectually stimulating?  Did it stretch your thinking?
 Yes  No  Why or Why Not?

2.What aspects of this class contributed most to your learning?

3.What aspects of this class detracted from your learning?

4.What suggestions do you have for improving the class?

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