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Undergraduate Student Evaluation of Faculty

Course Name _________________________ Course # _________ Ticket # __________

Instructor _____________________________ Semester/Year ______________

Directions:  Union University would appreciate your assistance in evaluating the instructor of this course.  Your responses are confidential--the forms are sealed in an envelope provided and returned to the Department Office.  After grades are turned in, these evaluations are given to your instructor and to the chair of the department.  Please rate Items 1-9 using the following scale (circle your choice):

The instructor in this course:

 

Strongly
Disagree

Disagree

Neutral

Agree

Strongly Agree

1.  Is well prepared for each class.

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2.  Makes effective use of class time.

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3.  Explains clearly to students how they are to be evaluated

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4.  Grades fairly and impartially.

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5.  Sets high standards for this course.

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6.  Asks questions which challenge students to think critically.

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7.  Appears to enjoy teaching.

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8.  Uses a teaching style which varies methods of instruction.

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9.  Is an effective teacher.

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For items 10-13 , please respond to the questions.

  1. What helped your learning most in this course?





  2. What hindered your learning most in this course?




  3. One of the purposes of  Union University is the "integration of faith and learning."  Do you feel this purpose has been meet in this course?  Explain briefly:




  4. What recommendations do you have for improving this course?

 

 

"An appetite for knowledge and beauty exists in the human mind and God makes no appetite in vain. We can therefore pursue knowledge as such and beauty as such, in the sure confidence that by doing so we are either advancing to the vision of God ourselves or indirectly helping others to do so."
-C.S. Lewis; Learning in Wartime; The Weight of Glory