RAUF DENKTAS UNIVERSITY STUDENT EVALUATION OF THE COURSE AND TEACHING
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A. Course evaluation - MATH151 Calculus - I
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Course outline matches course objectives and requirements of the course
Course outline is strictly followed
All topics indicated in the course outline are covered
Methods of evaluation (e.g. assignments, tests, etc.) reflects the subject matter
Instructional materials (readings, audio-visual materials, etc.) help learning
Instructional activities (lectures, labs, tutorials, etc.) help learning
Level of difficulty of the course material is reasonable
Volume of the work required in the course is reasonable
The value of the overall learning experience was…
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Course outline matches course objectives and requirements of the course
Course outline is strictly followed
All topics indicated in the course outline are covered
Methods of evaluation (e.g. assignments, tests, etc.) reflects the subject matter
Instructional materials (readings, audio-visual materials, etc.) help learning
Instructional activities (lectures, labs, tutorials, etc.) help learning
Level of difficulty of the course material is reasonable
Volume of the work required in the course is reasonable
The value of the overall learning experience was…
B. The Instructor: Sedef Emin
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Follows the plan for the course as written in the course outline
Explains the grading system clearly, i.e. weights and content of each assessment
Explains the aims of each topic before lecturing
Is accessible to students out of class during office hours
Speaks in a manner that is easy to understand
Encourages students to ask questions
Comes to class in time (not late)
Does not leave the class early, i.e. uses all the time
Is always prepared for the lesson s/he teachesGoes over the points again to ensure that students understand the lesson
Goes over the points again to ensure that students understand the lesson
Gives examinations that cover the topics lectured in class
Evaluates exams and assignments and returns them in time
Gives assignments and exams that are reasonable in length and difficulty
Grades exam papers, homework and projects fairly and impartially
The overall effectiveness of the instructor was…
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Follows the plan for the course as written in the course outline
Explains the grading system clearly, i.e. weights and content of each assessment
Explains the aims of each topic before lecturing
Is accessible to students out of class during office hours
Speaks in a manner that is easy to understand
Encourages students to ask questions
Comes to class in time (not late)
Does not leave the class early, i.e. uses all the time
Is always prepared for the lesson s/he teachesGoes over the points again to ensure that students understand the lesson
Goes over the points again to ensure that students understand the lesson
Gives examinations that cover the topics lectured in class
Evaluates exams and assignments and returns them in time
Gives assignments and exams that are reasonable in length and difficulty
Grades exam papers, homework and projects fairly and impartially
The overall effectiveness of the instructor was…
Comments
1. What do you like best about this course?
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2. What would you like to change about the course?
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3. What are the instructor's strengths (good aspects)?
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4. What suggestions do you have to improve the instructor's teaching?
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5. Other comments
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C. Course Learning Outcomes (knowledge, skills and competences expected to be achieved at the end of the semester).
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1. recognize properties of functions;
2. recall and use properties of polynomials, rational functions, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse-trigonometric functions; understand the terms domain and range;
3. verify the value of the limit of a function at a point using the definition of the limit
4. find points of discontinuity for functions and classify them.
5. approximate the slope of a tangent line to a graph at a point
6. interpret the slope of a graph .
7. use the limit definition to find the derivative of a function and the slope of a graph at a point
8. use the derivative to find the derivative of a function and the slope of a graph at a point.
9. use the graph of a function to recognize points at which the function is not differentiable.
10. Find the derivative using the constant rule, the power rule, the constant multiple rule, and sum and difference rules
11. use the algebra of limits, and L’Hôspital’s rule to determine limits of simple expressions;
12. apply the procedures of differentiation accurately, including logarithmic differentiation;
13. perform accurately definite and indefinite integration, using integration by parts, substitution, inverse substitution;
14. understand and apply the procedures for integrating rational functions.
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1. recognize properties of functions;
2. recall and use properties of polynomials, rational functions, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse-trigonometric functions; understand the terms domain and range;
3. verify the value of the limit of a function at a point using the definition of the limit
4. find points of discontinuity for functions and classify them.
5. approximate the slope of a tangent line to a graph at a point
6. interpret the slope of a graph .
7. use the limit definition to find the derivative of a function and the slope of a graph at a point
8. use the derivative to find the derivative of a function and the slope of a graph at a point.
9. use the graph of a function to recognize points at which the function is not differentiable.
10. Find the derivative using the constant rule, the power rule, the constant multiple rule, and sum and difference rules
11. use the algebra of limits, and L’Hôspital’s rule to determine limits of simple expressions;
12. apply the procedures of differentiation accurately, including logarithmic differentiation;
13. perform accurately definite and indefinite integration, using integration by parts, substitution, inverse substitution;
14. understand and apply the procedures for integrating rational functions.
D. Self-Reflection
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My attendance
My level of English to follow the course
My current Grade Point Average (GPA)
My expected grade in this course
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My attendance
My level of English to follow the course
My current Grade Point Average (GPA)
My expected grade in this course
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