Links to CCT Course Evaluations
CrCrTh 611 Seminar in Critical Thinking: Design for Living Complexities
CrCrTh 612 Seminar in Creativity
CrCrTh 627 Issues and Controversies in Anti-racist and Multicultural Education
Questions used on course evaluations
- 1. Start with an evaluation of yourself. What were your personal goals in taking this course? Did you achieve them? How would you have proceeded differently if you were doing this course again? What have been your major personal obstacles to learning more from this course?
- 1. Self-evaluation (continued). What have you learned about what you have to do to make a course stimulating and productive (with respect to the format of this course: face-to-face, online, hybrid)?
- 2. General Evaluation of course. What was special about this course (+positive and/or -negative)? How did the course meet or not meet your expectations? In what ways do you think this course could be improved?
- 2. General evaluation (continued). In what ways did your attitude to doing the course change through the semester? How does it compare with other graduate courses? What would be your overall recommendation to prospective students?
- 3. Evaluation in relation to the course description. Read the course description/goals below. Comment on how well the goals expressed in the syllabus were met. Make general and specific suggestions about how these could be better met.
- 4. Synthetic statement (1 or 2 paragraphs). Building on your comments from Qs 1-3, compose a synthetic statement (1 or 2 paragraphs) evaluating this course. (Imagine readers who might not be willing to wade through all the answers to Qs 1-3, but are willing to read more than simply the numerical averages of standard course evaluations.) Please make comments that help the instructor develop the course in the future and that enable some third party appreciate the course’s strengths and weaknesses. Among other things you might comment on the overall content and progression of classes, the session activities, and the use of mentors to support the learning in the course.
- I give permission for my response to Question 4 to be included anonymously in the compilation posted to the CCT wiki (and thus viewable to the public). (Yes/No)
- Using the scale below, overall, how would you evaluate this course? 1. Very Poor 2. Poor 3. Average 4. Good 5. Excellent
- Using the scale below, overall, how would you evaluate this instructor? 1. Very Poor 2. Poor 3. Average 4. Good 5. Excellent