Casa Thomas Jefferson
TDC 2
Final Student Evaluation of Instructor and Course - 2nd 2013
(teacher Margarete Magalhães - Writing)

Please answer this survey about our Writing course in the second semester of 2013.

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I found the course intellectually challenging and stimulating.
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Non-applicable


I have learned and understood the subject materials in this course.
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Course materials were well-prepared.
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The course adequately followed stated objectives (i.e. course syllabus).
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Required textbook was valuable.
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Classwork, online work, readings, writings etc. contributed to appreciation and understanding of the subject.
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Instructor was enthusiastic about conducting the course.
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Instructor’s style of presentation held my interest during the class.
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Instructor presented background of ideas/concepts covered in class.
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Instructor’s explanations were clear.
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We were encouraged to participate in class discussion and in the online environment.
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We were invited to share our ideas and knowledge.
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We were encouraged to ask questions and were given meaningful answers.
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Instructor was academically supportive of students’ needs.
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Instructor made us feel welcome in seeking help/advice.
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Feedback on essays and final portfolio was valuable.
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Methods of evaluating student’s work both online and in class were fair and appropriate.
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Feedback on writing was done on a timely basis.
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There was a good balance between online and face-to-face activities.
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I felt supported in the online environment.
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I received appropriate feedback on my online performance, either online or in the following class.
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The online environment was easy to navigate.
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The instructions to the online tasks were clear and complete. I didn't feel I needed further explanations.
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Non-applicable


The online portfolio was an effective assessment tool.
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The online activities proposed were varied and motivating.
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Non-applicable


I enjoyed reading model texts and writing about learning and teaching English.
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Non-applicable


Comment on the extent to which peer review contributed to the development of your writing skills and also on how comfortable (or not) you felt in performing the activity and also receiving feedback from your peers.


Please comment on specific characteristics of the course that were most beneficial to you.


Please comment on specific aspects of the course that need improvement.


Please comment on the blended format of the course. All in all, did you find it an advantage or a drawback? Why?


What were the types of online tasks that you most enjoyed doing?


What were the types of online tasks that you least enjoyed doing?