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ERIC Number: ED086719
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: 0
University Survey of Courses and Teaching (USOCAT), Millard Fillmore College, Fall 1972.
State Univ. of New York, Buffalo. Millard Fillmore Coll.
Evaluations of one-hundred seventy-two courses taught at Millard Fillmore College (SUNY, Buffalo) during the 1971-72 academic year are presented. Students enrolled in these courses provided the ratings. A standard format is used to present item by item responses of the students to the 43 questions in the survey form for each course. The first six questions provide a profile of the class in terms of such student data as years in college, cumulative grade point average, sex, class attendance, major reason for taking the course and age. Responses to the remaining items are given in terms of the number of students selecting each of five positions on a scale: strongly agree, agree, not sure, disagree, strongly disagree. Finally, mean scales scores for each of nine categories derived by pooling selected items (7 - 43) are given: profitable use of class time, supportive of students, course organization, grading and evaluation, ability to interact with class, oral presentation and mannerisms, knowledge of subject, availability of instructor, and overall student recommendation. The survey form used to collect the data presented in this report is included in the appendix. (RF)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Buffalo. Millard Fillmore Coll.
Note: Financial support provided by the Millard Fillmore College Student Association (MFCSA); as requested, pages 173 and 174 have been omitted