Unformatted text preview: 4. Explaining the subject matter so that you understand. 5. Communicating interest in helping students learn. 6. Stimulating you to think more deeply about the course material. 7. Commenting on your work (tests/assignments) in ways that helped you learn. 8. Using grading procedures that were fair and equitable. 9. Realizing when students did not understand. 10. Being willing to help students outside of class. 11. Increasing your desire to learn about this subject. Rate yourself on: 12. Your interest in taking this course before you enrolled. 13. Your effort to learn in this course (doing reading assignments ahead of class, studying, etc.) 14. The amount you have learned in this course. Answer the following additional questions: 15. What grade do you expect in this course? [A = A; B = B; C = C; D = D; E = F] 16. Why did you take this course? [A = required for major; B = as an elective within my major; C= general education requirement; D= free elective; E= other]...
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- Winter '07
- Biology, scantron card, Evaluation—Lecture Courses—for faculty, evaluation General instructions, student ID number., Responsible student ratings