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HNRS 353 Evaluations - Spring 09

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Professor Mark Sample, George Mason University, HNRS 353 Teaching Evaluations, Spring 2009
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SEMESTER:
SPRING
200'
GEORGE
MASON
UNIVERSITY
June
2,
2009
STUDEIiIT
INSTlIIlCTIClHAh
RATING SYSTEM REPORT
12132310
STUDElilTS
ENROLLED
IN THIS
CLASS:
28
COMPLETED FORMS:
26
INSTRUCTORINFORMATION
NAME:
Sample
, Mark
L
COLLEGE:
Humanities
&
Social
Sciences
DEPT:
Honors Program
COURSE:
HNRS
353SECTION:
004
DEMOGRAPHIC
INFORMATION
Am't
of
effort
put
into
the
course:
1
very
low
Savery
high
Times
abscent
from
cIs,
1-0-1
2~2-3
3-4-54-6-7
5_8
or
more
Expected
Grades:
I=F
2=D
3aC 4=B 5=A
Class
Level:
l=Fresh
2aSOph
3=Jr
4=Sr
5=Grad
Ovr'll
GPA:
l=below
2.0
3-2.51-3.0
4a3.01-3.5
5=3.51-4Course
is:
5_required
4=elective
3=gen
ed
2=Other
PERCElilTAGES
(1)
(2) (3)(4)
ITEMS
D
1.
Course
re'mts
were
clearly
0.0
0.0
3.8
34.6
stated
in
the
syllabus
0.3
1.8
6.1 24.5
0.7
1.24.5
16.90.8
1.3
5.2
19.6
2.
The
course
was
well
0.0
7.7
15.4
34.6
organized
2.33.810.4
24.4
1.22.5
7.9
21.2
1.5
2.9
8.8
23.0
3.
The
instructor
explained0.0 0.0
15.4 30.8
thematerial
clearly
2.3 3.3
13.2
26.3
1.2
2.9 8.9
22.3
1.7
3.6
10.5
24.0
4.
Comments
and
suggestions
7.7
0.0
15.4
19.2
on
returned material
helpfu
3.5
4.0 14.4 22.9
1.8
3.3 9.4
20.3
2.3
4.0
10.5
20.55.
The
instructor
showed
0.00.00.0
7.7
respect for
students
0.5
0.5
3.0
12.7
0.8
1.2
3.3
12.1
0.9 1.4
4.1
14.3
6.
The
instructor
was
acces0.0
0.00.011.5
sible in
person
or
electron
0.5
1.5
3.0
15.3
0.9 1.6 5.4
15.4
1.01.8
6.1
17.4
7.
The
instructor
followed
0.0 0.0 3.8 26.9
the
stated crs.
grading
p'l
0.8
2.0
6.0 17.80.5
0.8
4.1
15.1
0.6 0.9
4.4
16.3
8.
The
exams
reflected
what
0.00.0
8.0
12.0was
covered
in
the
course
0.5
1.3
5.1
14.8
0.9
1.6
5.1
15.2
1.12.0 5.9
15.9
9.
The
as'mnts
helped
me
0.0
3.8
19.2
50.0
learn
the
material
3.3
6.513.424.7
1.73.1
8.6
21.5
2.0
3.5
9.4
22.1
10. 
Readings
helped
me
understa
0.011.525.9
23.1
the course
topic
2.5 6.6
11.6
21.0
1.7
3.2
9.9
22.4
2.2
3.7 11.4
23.1
(5)
S
61.5
66.4
76.5
12.8
42.3
58.6
67.0
63.8
53.8
54.2
64.5
60.1
57.7
51.1
60.9
55.1
92.383.2
82.5
79.3
88.5
79.475.3
71.6
69.2
71.4
78.0
73.5
32.040.9
62.4
57.8
26.950.9
62.1
58.538.5
55.7
60.4
54.3
(6)
NA
0.0
1.0
0.2
0.3
0.0
0.5
0.1
0.10.0
0.8
0.1
0.1
0.04.0
4.2
7.60.00.00.0
0.1
0.0
0.3
1.4
2.10.0
2.0
1.4
4.2
48.0
37.3
14.817.2
0.0
1.33.0
4.60.02.52.55.3
RESPONSE KEY
S.
STRONGLY
AGREE.
·
(5)
(4)
.13)
(2)
D.
.STRONGLY
DISAGREE.
(1) 
NA
NOT
APPLICABLE •
(6) 
1
2
3
4511
99
6
16
5
1
3
oo o o
12
14
o
23
3
o
oo
o
2
8
16
1
4
o
20
o
I
MEDlAIiI
S.D Reap.
CLASS
4.58
5.00.57
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.57
5.0
0.71
396
COL/SCHL/INST
4.68
5.0
0.6823,997
UJUVERSITY
4.63
5.0
0.72
67,975
CLASS
4.12
4.0
0.96
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.34
5.0
0.97
394
COL/SCHL/INST
4.51
5.0
0.84
23,854
UNIVBRSITY
4.45
5.0
0.8867,672
CLASS
4.38
5.0
0.75
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.285.0
0.97
395
COL/SCHL/mST
4.46 5.0
0.87
23,951
ONIVERSITY
4.375.0
0.9367,867
CLASS
4.19
5.0
1.20
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.19 5.01.07
397
COL/ SCHL/ INST
4.41
5.0
0.93
23,876
UNIVERSITY
4.32
5.0
1.00
67,583
CLASS
4.92
5.0
0.28
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.78
5.0
0.57
394
COL/SCHL/INST
4.74
5.0
0.6523,857
UNIVBRSITY
4.70
5.0
0.70
67,607
CLASS
4.88
5.0
0.35
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.72
5.0
0.64
398
COL/SCHL/INST
4.65 5.0
0.74 23.835
UNIVBRSITY
4.60
5.0
0.77
67,474
CLASS
4.65
5.0
0.57
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.60
5.0
0.76
398
COL/SCHL/mST
4.72 5.0
0.63 23,884
UNIVBRSITY
4.68
5.0
0.67
67,661
CLASS
4.46
5.0
0.76
25
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.51
5.0
0.80
391
COL/ SCHL/INST
4.60
5.0
0.77
23,650
UNIVBRSITY
4.54 5.0
0.84
67,061
CLASS
4.00 4.0
0.80
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.15
5.0
1.09
397
COL/SCHL/INST
4.43
5.0
0.91
23,843
UNIVERSITY
4.38 5.0
0.95 67,433
CLASS
3.88
4.0
1.08
26
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.24
5.0 1.07
395
COL/SCHL/INST
4.40
5.0
0.9223,765
UNIVBRSITY
4.30
5.0
0.98
67,309
 
SEMESTER: SPRING
2009
GEORGE MlISOH
IJNIVSRSITY
June
2,
2009
S'TUDEHT
lllSTRUCTIONAL
RATnlG
SYSTEM REPORT
12132310
S'TUDEHTS EHROLLED
IN
THIS
CLIISS,
28
COIIPI.ETED
FORJII!h
26
llU\ME,
Sample
,
Mark
L
S.
STRONGLY AGREE.
·
(5)
COLLEGE:
Humanities
&
Social
Sciences
(4)
DEPT:
Honors Program
.
.13}
COURSE:
HNRS
353
(2)
SECTION:
004
D.
.STRONGLY
DISAGREE.
·
(I)
HA
.NOT
APPLICABlJ!
(6)
PERCEI'I'rAGES
(I) 
(2)
(3) (4)
(S)
(6)
#
D
S
HA
MEDIAN
S.D
Resp.
11. 
./\.ss'1I!nts
and
exams
_re
3.8
23.115.4
26.9
30.8 0.0
CLIISS
3.58
4.0 1.26
26
returned
properly
2.0
6.1
9.1
22.3 56.6
3.8
DEPT/PROGRAM
4.30
5.0
1.02
394
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
OliIVERSITY
4.475.0
0.89
67,198
12. 
The
ins'tr
covered
the
im·p
0.0 0.0
15.426.957.7
0.0
CLIISS
4.42
5.0
0.75
26
aspectof
the
course
0.81.3
8.6
19.2
69.7
0.5
DEPT
{PlIDGRAM
4.57
5.0
0.77
396
0.11
1.35.3
17.3
75.1
0.3
COL/SCHL/DIST
4.65 5.0
0.71
23,898
0.9
1.6
6.2
20.2 70.7
0.4
1JHIVERSrrY
4.59
5.0
0.75 67,705
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
13. 
The
ins'tr
made
the
class
0.07.7 11.5
30.11
50.0
0.0
CLIISS
4.23
4.5
0.96
26
intellectually
stiuulating
4.8
5.6
12.4
19.257.70.3
DEPT
/PROOR./IIi!
4.205.0
1.15
395
2.3
3.49.2
19.6 65.4
0.1
COL/SCHL/DIST
4.42
5.0
0.96
23.819
3.1
4.2
11.0 21.3 60.1
0.2
OliIVERSTTY
4.31
5.0 1.03
67,510
14. 
The
ins'tr
encouraged
0.00.011.5
26.9 61.5
0.0
CLIISS
4.50
5.0
0.72
26
the students
to
be
involved
1.0
2.5
8.6
17.370.6
0.0
DEPT/PlIDGRAM
4.545.0
0.83
394
1.4
2.57.5
17.7
70.4
0.5
COL/SCHL/DIST
4.54
5.0
0.8523,736
2.0
3.4
9.1
19.5
65.2
0.7
1JHIVERSrrY
4.43
5.0
0.94
67,268
OVERALL RATING
OF
INSTRUCTION
AND
COURSE
PERCE!lTAGES
(I)
(2)
13}
(4)lSI(6)
#
ITEMS
POOR
OX
g'L
HA AREA
MEDIAN
S.D
Resp.
15. 
My
overall rating
of
the
0.0
4.0
8.0
32.0
56.0
0.0
CLIISS
4.40
5.0
0.82
25
teaching
2.53.8
11.
7
25.1 56.9
0.0
DEPT
/PROOR./lli!
4.30
5.0
0.99
394
1.6
2.4
9.5 21.9
64.7
0.0
COL/SCHL/DIST
4.46
5.0
0.8823,601
1.9
2.9
11.1 23.8 60.2
0.0
OliIVERSITY
4.37
5.0
0.93
66,879
16. 
My
overall rating
of
this
0.0
4.0
24.040.0
32.0
0.0
CLIISS
4.00
4.0
0.87
25
course
4.8
7.4
20.624.642.6 0.0
DEPT
/PlIDGRAM
3.93
4.0
1.17
394
1.8
3.7
14.4
27.3
52.8
0.0
COL/SCHL/DIST
4.26
5.0
0.96 23,382
2.6
4.3
15.9
27.9
49.4
0.0
UBIVERSITY
4.17
4.0
1.01
66,315
Median
is
the
mddlemost
of
the
ranked
scores.
S.D
(Standard Deviation)
is
a
measure
of
the dispersion
ofscores
from
the
mean.
For
example.
if
all
students
agree
that
Prof.
x
is
excellently
prepared,
the
mean
would
he
5.
and
thestandard
deviation
would
be
O.
HA
responses
and
non-respondents
arerepresented
in
percentages,
but
not
in
other calculations.
 
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MAsON
UNIVERSITY 
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of
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and
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instructor
explained
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on
returned
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instructor
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or
electronically
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exams
reflected
what
was covered
in the
course
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9) The
assignments
(projects, papers,
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etc.)
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the
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promptly
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aspects
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your
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to
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