1) Former Mandatory Questions a. The instructor set out and met clear objectives for the course.
b. The instructor explained concepts and materials clearly and at an appropriate
c. The instructor presented course topics in a coherent fashion.
d. The instructor returned assignments in a timely manner.
e. The instructor emphasized conceptual understanding and critical thinking.
f. The instructor related course topics to one another.
g. The instructor demonstrated concern about whether students were learning.
h. The instructor inspired and motivated student interest in the course content.
i. The instructor was available outside of class.
j. The course content was worth learning.
k. The assignments solidified my understanding.
l. Evaluation of the students was explained clearly.
m. Grading procedures were fair.
n. The textbook and/or supplemental materials were helpful.
2) Former Test Bank Questions a. The instructor provided constructive feedback on student work.
b. The instructor provided appropriate supervision of student work.
c. The instructor helped me apply theory to solving practical problems.
d. The instructor helped demonstrate applications of the course material.
e. The instructor facilitated my interactions with classmates.
f. The instructor was available to provide individual attention.
g. The instructor facilitated class discussion.
h. Daily class activities were well organized.
i. The instructor’s use of technology supported the goals of the course.
j. The instructor facilitated understanding of difficult concepts.
k. The supplemental materials enabled the face-to-face components of the course
to better meet intended student outcomes.
l. Activities outside the classroom prepared students for those inside it.
m. Clear instructions or objectives were provided for each exercise.
n. The instructor encouraged students to lead discussion.
o. The instructor treated students with respect.
p. The instructor was approachable.
3) Student Engagement a. I took this course because:
b. What grade do you anticipate receiving in the course?
c. How many hours a week did you spend on out-of-class activities, such as studying,
d. What percentage of time spent on out-of-class activities do you consider to
be valuable to the course?