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ENGL 660 Evaluations - Spring 09

ENGL 660 Evaluations - Spring 09

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Professor Mark Sample, George Mason University, Teaching Evaluations for ENGL 660, Spring 2009
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SEMESTER:
SPRING
2009
GEORGE
MASON
UNIVERSITY
June 2,
2009
STUDENT
INSTRUCTIONAL
RATING
SYSTEM
REPORT
12114140
STUDENTS ENROLLED
IN
TIllS
CLASS: 17
COMPLETED
FORMS:
16
INSTRUCTOR
INFORMATIONNAME:
Sample,Mark
L
COLLEGE:
Humanities
&
Social
Sciences
DEPT:
English
COURSE:
ENGL
660
SECTION:
002
DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
AIn't
of
effort
put
into
the course:
1
very
low
5:very high
Times
abscent
from
cIs:
1=0-1
2-2-33z4-5
4_6-7
5_8
or
more
Expected
Grades:
1-F
2_D
3zC
4=D
5zA
Class
Level:
I-Fresh
2=Soph
3-Jr
4-Sr
5=Grad
Qvr'll
GPA:
l=below
2.0
2-2-2.5 3-2.51-3.0
4:3.01-3.5
5-3.51-4
Course
is:
5=required
4-elective
3=gen
ed
2=Other
PERCENTAGES
(1)
(2)
(3) (4)
ITEMS
D
1.
Course
re'mts
were
clearly
0.0
0.00.0
0.0
statedin
the syllabus
0.4
O.B
3.3
13.9
0.7
1.2
4.5
16.9
0.8
1.3
5.2
19.6
2.
The
course
was
well0.0
0.0 0.00.0
organized0.6
1.5
6.0
19.5
1.2
2.5
7.9
21.2
1.5 2.9
8.8
23.0
3.
The
instructor
explained
0.00.00.0
13.3
the material
clearly
0.6
1.9
6.8
19.91.2
2.9
8.9
22.3
1.7
3.6
10.5
24.0
4.
Comments
and
suggestiOns
0.00.00.0
12.5
on
returned material
helpfu 1.2
2.2
5.5
19.1
loB
3.3
9.4
20.3
2.3
4.0
10.5
20.5
5.
The
instructor
showed
0.0 0.0
0.00.0
respect for students
0.5
1.12.5
10.8
0.8
1.2
3.3
12.1
0.9
1.4
4.1
14.3
6.
The
instructor
was
acces
0.00.0 0.0
6.3
sible
in
person
or
electron
0.4
0.9
3.812.1
0.9
1.6
5.4
15.4
1.01.8
6.1
17.4
7.
The
instructor
followed
0.0
0.0 0.0 6.3
the
stated crs.
grading
p'l
0.5
0.8 3.3
14.2
0.5
0.8
4.1
15.1
0.60.9
4.4
16.3
8.
The exams
reflected
what
0.00.00.00.0
was
covered
in
the
course
0.3
0.6
2.710.2
0.9
1.6
5.1
15.2
1.1
2.0
5.9
15.9
9.
The
as'mnts
helped
me
0.00.0 6.3
6.3
learn
the material
1.0 2.2
6.8
21.6
1.7
3.1
8.6
21.5
2.03.5
9.4
22.1
10. Readings
helped
me
understa
0.00.00.0
6.7
the
course
topic
1.4
2.4
8.4
21.9
1.7 3.2
9.9
22.4
2.2
3.7
11.4
23.1
(5)
S
100.081.3
76.572.8
100.0
72.3
67.0
63.8
86.7
70.7
64.5
60.187.571.460.9
55.1
100.085.2
82.5
79.393.882.475.371.693.878.978.073.5
37.5
54.862.457.8
87.567.7
62.1
58.5
93.3
63.7
60.454.3
(6)
NA
0.0
0.3
0.2
0.30.00.1
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.2
0.10.1
0.0
0.74.27.60.00.00.00.10.0
0.5
1.4
2.1
0.0
2.3
1.44.2
62.5
31.5
14.8
17.2
0.00.73.04.60.0
2.2
2.5
5.3
CLASSDEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
CLASS
DEPT/PROGRAM
COL/SCHL/INSTUNIVERSITY
RESPONSE
KEY
S.
STRONGLY
AGREE.
(5)
(4)
(3)
·
(2)
D.
.STRONGLY
DISAGREE.
(1) 
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APPLICABLE
.
(6) 
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1
6
9
13
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2
14
2
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9
4
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/I
MEDIAN
S.D
Resp.
5.00
5.0
0.00 16
4.76
5.0
0.59
4,001
4.68
5.0
0.68
23,997
4.63
5.0
0.7267,975
5.00
5.0
0.00
16
4.62
5.0
0.723,981
4.51
5.0
0.8423,854
4.45
5.0
0.8867,672
4.87
5.0
0.38
15
4.59
5.0
0.753,988
4.46
5.0
0.8723,951
4.37
5.0
0.93
67,867
4.B8
5.0
0.37
16
4.58
5.0
0.79
3,993
4.415.0
0.9323,8764.32
5.01.00
67.5835.00
5.0
0.00 16
4.79 5.0
0.58
3,980
4.74 5.0
0.65 23,8574.70
5.0
0.70
67,607
4.94
5.0
0.26'
16
4.76
5.0
0.60
3,981
4.65
5.0
0.7423,8354.60
5.0
0.77
67.474
4.94
5.0
0.26164.74
5.0
0.60
3,987
4.72
5.0
0.6323,884
4.68
5.0
0.67
67,6615.00
5.0
0.00
16
4.73
5.0
0.61
3,916
4.60
5.0
0.77
23,650
4.54
5.0
0.8467,0614.81
5.0
0.52
16
4.54
5.0
0.80
3,973
4.43
5.0
0.91
23,8434.38
5.0
0.9567,4394.93
5.0
0.27
15
4.47
5.0
0.86 3.971
4.40
5.0
0.92 23,7654.30
5.0
0.98
67,309
 
SEMESTER, SPRING
2009
GEORGE
MASON
UNIVERSITY
June
2,
2009
Sl'1JDENT INSTRUCTIONAL
RATJJIIG
SYSTEM
REPORT
12114140
Sl'1JDENTS
ENROLLED
IN THIS
CLASS,
17
C'OMPLB't'ED
FORMS:
16
INSTRUCTOR
INFORMATION
RESPONSE KEY
NAME,
Sample,Mark
L
S.
STRONGLY
(5)
COLLEGE:
Humanities
&
Social
Sciences
·
(4)
DEPT:
English
·
(3)
COURSE:
ENGL
660
·
(2)
SECTION:
002
D.
.STRONGLY
(1)
NA
.NOT APPLICABLE·
(6)
PERCENTAGES
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
II
ITEMS
D
S
NA
AREA
S.D
Resp.
11. 
Ass'mnts
and
exams
were
0.0 0.0
0.012.5
87.5
0.0
CLASS
4.88
5.0
0.37
16
returned
properly
1.0
2.17.9
20.467.2
1.4
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.53
5.0
0.813,961
1.4
2.2
7.6
20.3
66.6
1.9
COL/SCHL/INST
4.51
5.0
0.85 23,751
1.7 2.5
7.8
20.1 62.0
5.9
UNIVERSITY
4.47
5.0
0.89
67,198
12. 
The
ins'tr
covered
the
imtp
0.00.0
0.0
0.0
100.0
0.0
CLASS
5.00 5.0
0.00
16
aspectof the
course
0.3
0.8 3.4
16.1
79.1
0.4
DEPT
{PROGRAM
4.74
5.0
0.58 3,991
0.81.3
5.3
17.375.1
0.3
COL{SCHL/INST
4.65
5.0
0.71 23,898
0.9
1.6
6.2
20.270.7
0.4
UNIVERSITY
4.59
5.0
0.75
67,705
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ins'tr
made
the
class
0.0
0.0
0.0
6.3
93.8
0.0
CLASS
16
intellectually
stimulating 1.4 2.7 7.1
18.5
70.3
0.1
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.54
5.0
0.84 3,973
2.3
3.4
9.2
19.6
65.4
0.1
COL/SCHL/mST
4.42
5.0
0.96 23,819
3.1 4.2
11.0 21.3
60.1
0.2
UNIVERSITY
4.31
5.0
1.03
67,510
14. 
The
ins'tr
encouraged
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.0
0.0
CLASS
5.00
5.0
0.00
16
thestudents
to
be
involved
0.5 1.3 4.8
14.4
78.9
0.2
DBPT
/PROGRAM
4.705.0
0.66 3,965
1.4
2.5 7.5
17.7 70.4
0.5
COLI
SCHL/INST
4.54
5.0
0.8523,736
2.0
3.4
9.1
19.5
65.2 0.7
UNIVERSITY
4.43
5.0
0.94
67,268
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0.0
0.0
0.0
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0.0
0.0
0.0
6.3
93.8
0.0
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4.94
5.0
0.26
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course
1.2
2.5
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0.88
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27.9
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4.0
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66,315
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deviation
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responses
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percentages, but not
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