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Statistics Course Post-Evaluation
This is an anonymous survey. Please answer honestly and openly
How strong are you at learning independently?
I struggle a lot on my own
I learn very well on my own
How effectively can you learn in teams?
team experiences go poorly
I learn far more in a group
How often are you asked to reflect on your work in school?
Such as a written reflection or a reflective meeting with a teacher.
very rare
all the time
If you have taken a hybrid class before, how much did it help you improve your learning?
I am good at demonstrating what I know / can do through a presentation.
not good
very good
I am good at demonstrating what I know / can do in writing.
not good
very good
I am good at demonstrating what I know / can do on an exam..
not good
very good
I am good at demonstrating what I know / can do through a project I created.
not good
very good
How likely do you think you are to use statistics in your future career?
not likely
very likely
Outside of school / college, how useful is math to society?
not useful at all
absolutely necessary
Outside of school / college, how useful will math be to YOUR life?
not useful at all
absolutely necessary
How much has this class helped me get better at working with open-ended problems?
same as I was before
I can handle just about any open-ended problem out there
What fraction of assignment work have you done (without copying) in this class?
Rate your attitude towards math as of today.
What was the best improvement in this class from 1st to 2nd quarter? Be specific about how the coursework itself was different and better/worse.
Your answer
What was the biggest challenge to you this quarter with this class?
Your answer
How did you deal with this challenge?
Example: talk to me / feedback surveys, get help from a friend, try to improve the course in this area, become better-disciplined, maybe you haven't addressed this yet, etc.
Your answer
What was your experience like with mastery quizzes? What kind of mindset does the mastery approach encourage?
Your answer
It is my belief that this course will more valuable to you in life than a traditional statistics course. Do you agree? Explain with as much detail as you can -- this is my driving question in the development of this class.
For background, a traditional stats class is guided by chapters in a textbook with example word problems at the end of the chapter. You check answers in the back, take quizzes every 3 days, and take ~2 large tests per quarter. Most traditional classes still have small in-class activities built in to clarify the lecture and/or textbook.
Your answer
Secret code word: look-up the secret word you used on your first survey (search email for "secret word")
This allows me to connect your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd responses together using the secret word without knowing who actually wrote it. This lets me keep the survey anonymous so you can say bad things without worrying about me knowing who it was.
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