Teaching Evaluations

Note:  Evaluation by students is only one tool for gauging pedagogical success, and their value is, like any single tool, limited. Peer observation, the teacher’s own reflections, and, of course, the actual work students produce are at least as valuable. I have posted these evaluations because I think many students would find them helpful; I read them carefully and glean whatever I can from them.

Undergraduate Courses (2097, 2202, 3231, 3010, capstones)

Capstone on Transatlantic Gothic Spring 2014

english 2202 Fall 14

English 3231 Fall 2012 (Criminals in 18th c. Lit)

English 2097 Fall 2012

English 2097 (Intro to English Studies/Gateway) Fall 2011 Evals

English 2097 Summer 2008

English 2097 Summer 2007

English 2202 (Intro to English Lit 1660-1900) Summer 2011

English 2202 (Intro to English Lit 1660-1900) Fall 2010

English 2202 Summer 2009

English 2202 Spring 2009

English 2202 Summer 2008

English 2202 Spring 2008

English 2202 Spring 2007

English 2202 Fall 2006

English 2202 Fall 2005

English 3020 (Philadelphia In And As Text) Spring 2007

English 3020 (Philadelphia In And As Text) Fall 2005

English 3231 (Restoration and 18th c. Lit) Spring 2010

English 3231 Fall 2007

English 4797 Spring 2008

Capstone in Restoration and 18th c. Literature Spring 2006

 

Graduate Courses (partial)

 

Evaluations for Intro to Graduate Study Fall 13

advanced grad course Scottish Romanticism Spring 13

English 8108 (Scottish Romanticism) Spring 2011

English 9001 (Intro to Graduate Studies) Fall 2008

English 5016 (Restoration and 18th c. Lit) Fall 2007

Advanced Grad Course in Romanticism Spring 2006

Grad Course in Romantic Poetry Fall 2006

 

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