Evaluations from Academic Year 2016-2017

These are the University Evaluations for my courses from the past two semesters, each of which I will teach this coming year [2017-2018].  I read all of my evaluations, and focus on criticisms so that I can assess and review my performance.  I am aware that students also look at internet reviews.

 

I have taught in the Rhetoric Department for 25 years.  My classes are relatively small, so I have the advantage of working closely in the classroom with students and grading all the papers/exams assigned.

 

Rhetoric 152AC Evaluation Summary, Fall 2016

My evaluations for Political Science 111AC are compiled electronically by the Department of Political Science.  The class size has ranged from 104 students to 52 students, based on the number of Graduate Student Assistants available to teach the sections.

 Rhe 152 Eval Summary F-2016

 

Political Science 111AC Evaluation Summaries, Spring 2017

Permaul, Nadesan (POL SCI 111AC LEC 001 POL OF DISPLACEMENT) – Sp 2017 (Instructor Version)

Spring 2017 Evaluations

Project Audience 58

Responses Received 25

Response Ratio 43.10%

Subject Details
Name POL SCI 111AC LEC 001 POL OF DISPLACEMENT
DEPT_NAME POL SCI
EVALUATION_TYPE F
First Name Nadesan
Last Name Permaul

 

Creation Date    Mon, May 29, 2017

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION: Please note that “Department Average” for each rating question is calculated using all sections in your department. This may include both Faculty and GSIs depending on whether the department has selected a question item to be used for both.

RATING QUESTIONS (QUANTITATIVE)

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UNIVERSITY WIDE QUESTIONS: The quantitative items in this section are asked across all courses at Berkeley.

Considering both the limitations and possibilities of the subject matter and the course, how would you rate the overall effectiveness of this instructor ?

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Options Count Percentage
1-Not at all Effective 0 0.00%
2 0 0.00%
3 3 12.50%
4-Moderately Effective 0 0.00%
5 4 16.67%
6 8 33.33%
7-Extremely Effective 9 37.50%

 

Statistics Value
Response Count 24
Mean 5.83
Median 6.00
Standard Deviation 1.31

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Considering both the limitations and possibilities of the subject matter and the course, how would you rate the overall effectiveness of this course?

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Options Count Percentage
1-Not at all Effective 0 0.00%
2 0 0.00%
3 2 8.33%
4-Moderately Effective 2 8.33%
5 4 16.67%
6 5 20.83%
7-Extremely Effective 11 45.83%

 

Statistics Value
Response Count 24
Mean 5.88
Median 6.00
Standard Deviation 1.33

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DEPARTMENT PROVIDED RATING QUESTIONS: Questions in this section were selected by your department for inclusion on this evaluation.

The instructor presented content in an organized manner

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Options Count Percentage
1-Not at all 0 0.00%
2 0 0.00%
3 1 4.00%
4-Somewhat 2 8.00%
5 4 16.00%
6 4 16.00%
7-Very 14 56.00%

 

Statistics Value
Response Count 25
Mean 6.12
Median 7.00
Standard Deviation 1.20