Teaching Evaluations from CSU
In end of term course evaluations students rated my courses and my teaching ability very highly. The evaluations are based on a 5-point scale with a score of 5 indicating Excellent and 1 indicating Poor. Below are my overall scores.
QuestionHow do you rate the instructor’s enthusiasm for teaching the subject?
How effectively did the instructor facilitate student learning? How well did the instructor create an environment that was respectful to students’ opinions, ideas and differences? How do you rate the availability of the instructor to meet students outside of class? How do you rate this instructor? |
Mean Score4.92
4.86 4.81 4.79 4.89 |
Student Comments
Sarah is a great teacher who always provokes students’ thoughts into the course material. (Differential Equations) Sarah is the best math professor I have had. This is the second time I had her and was excited because she teaches really well. (Differential Equations) Sarah was an outstanding teacher and she was easy to understand. She helped students understand the material when we didn’t. She made herself available outside of the class more than just office hours. Sarah was awesome!! (Calc 2 for Physical Sciences) Sarah was an excellent, respectful, helpful teacher! (Calc 1 for Biological Sciences) |
Sarah is amazing! I took the Math 160 course last semester and felt like I would never get it. Sarah changed my mind! (Calc 1 for Biological Sciences) Sarah was one of my favorite instructors. She taught the material so well and made sure we understood before moving on. She really made 8ams enjoyable because she was happy and excited to teach, which helped so much in comparison to a monotone, non-enthusiastic teacher. The tests were completely fair and the homework wasn’t too much. I have never done so well in a math class and I’d like to thank Sarah for being such a fabulous teacher. (Differential Equations) Great teaching! (Calc 2 for Physical Sciences) Sarah was a great teacher, the best calc. one so far @ CSU.! (Calc 2 for Physical Sciences) |