Class Mid Term Evaluation

Hi students of i190! Why a mid-term eval? Most course evaluations are held at the end of the course and benefit future classes. But your answers to the questions below will help me plan for the second half of the semester, to make this class better and better for you if possible! :) So please spend some time sharing what has worked well for you, and what can be better!  San

* 1. Are you a 

* 2. Please rank your level of agreement, compared to other classes you are taking/have taken (you can add additional written comments in sections below)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither agree nor disagree Agree Strongly Agree
I like the paperless nature of the class: the class website is generally useful
I like the lectures so far: they are generally clear, interesting and organized, pace is fairly good
I like the readings so far: they are generally relevant, interesting and reasonable
I like the assignments so far: the blog posts and projects are potentially useful to and fun for me
The overall workload is reasonable
I will recommend this class to others

* 3. LIKES: Which aspects of the course are most helpful to you? (Eg. What is helping you to learn in this class? What are the most important things you have learned so far in this class? How do you feel about the  website/ lectures/ readings/ assignments/ anything else?)

* 4. DISLIKES: Which aspects of the course are least helpful to you? (Eg. What are the least important things you have learnt so far? What if anything is still unclear? What is making learning difficult? How do you feel about the website/ lectures/ readings/ assignments/ anything else?)

* 5. SUGGESTIONS for the next part of semester: Are there any suggestions you would like to make about how to improve the course? (Eg. What would you like to see more of between now and the end of the semester? What do you think we could cut down on? What do you need to do in terms of understanding the material between now and the end of the semester?)

If you have comments about the class not covered in the above questions, please use this space to make them.

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