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Unformatted text preview: Math 16A (Kouba) Comprehensive Course Survey The following survey is OPTIONAL. If you choose to fill it out honestly and completely, you will receive 10 extra credit points to be added to your points for the Optional Extra Credit Writing Assignment. This information will be kept strictly confidential and is being used solely as a means of making Math 16A a more effective class for future UC Davis students. This survey is due IN CLASS (,Orundermy‘ Office door at 3135 MSB) on (but NOT BEFORE) Monday, March 17, 2008. Thank you for your assistance in this matter. Your Name ‘ Your Exam ID # Your Maj or How many credits did you take during Winter Quarter 2008 ? Did you take calculus in high school ? What grade(s) did you get ? Was this class more challenging or less challenging than your high school class ? List your AP scores for calculus (If you took them.) AB BC What course grade do you expect to get in this class ? Do you plan to take Math 16B ? Math 16C ? There were 26 lecture days this quarter. How many days did you NOT attend lecture ? There were 24 homework assignments this quarter. Homework solutions could be viewed on the internet. Did you use them often ? Did you find them helpful ? I did not collect homework from you. Would you have preferred that homework be collected ? Why or why not ? Did you study or do calculus homework regularly with students from this class ? from another class ? If §391109W1map3i othewtudents ? Do you prefer to study and learn oalculusguone or in study groups ?. What 18 an AVERAGE amount of time you spent Working on a single homework assignment ? What 1s an AVERAGE amount of time you spent working on calculus each WEEK, not including classtime—- include homework time, office hours, study groups, time spent preparing for exams, etc. ? . . . How many times (approximately) did you attend the Calculus Room during fall quarter ?_ Was this of value to you in learning calculus ? _ How could the Calculus Room be impr—oved ? How often do you use a graphing calculator; when doing your calculus homework ? Often Occasionally Almost never Does the use of a calculator hinderorhelp youlearncalculus ? What would have helped you do better in this class ? What advice would you give to students taking Math 16A for the first time, that would help them successfully complete the course ? ...
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