Computer Science 152-1 - Fall 1990 - David E. Culler

Instructor David E. Culler 15 respondents
Discusses points of view other than his/her own 4.1 / 5
Discusses recent developments in the field 4.6 / 5
Gives references for more interesting & invovled points 3.9 / 5
Emphasizes conceptual understanding 4.2 / 5
Lectures clearly 4.1 / 5
Is well prepared 4.6 / 5
Gives lectures that are well organized 4.6 / 5
Summarizes major points 4.0 / 5
States objectives for each class session 4.1 / 5
Identifies what he/she considers important 3.9 / 5
Is careful and precise in answering questions 3.6 / 5
Uses visual aids and blackboards effectively 4.1 / 5
Demonstrates familiarity with subject matter 4.6 / 5
Encourages questions from students 3.8 / 5
Knows if the class is understanding him/her or not 3.3 / 5
Has students apply concepts to demonstrate understanding 3.8 / 5
Has genuine interest in students 4.2 / 5
Gives personal help to students having problems in course 4.1 / 5
Relates to students as individuals 3.9 / 5
Is accessible to students out of class 4.1 / 5
Is valued for advice not directly related to the course 3.8 / 5
Has an interesting style of presentation 3.5 / 5
Is enthusiastic about his/her subject 4.5 / 5
Varies the speed and tone of his/her voice 4.0 / 5
Has concern for the quality of his/her teaching 4.3 / 5
Motivates students to do their best work 3.9 / 5
Gives interesting and stimulating assignments 4.2 / 5
Stimulates your interest in the subject 4.5 / 5
Gives exams permitting students to show understanding 3.5 / 5
Uses a grading system that is clearly defined and equitable 3.8 / 5
Required course material is sufficiently covered in lecture 3.9 / 5
Pace of the course is too fast 3.5 / 5
Course is concerned with theory more than its application 2.8 / 5
The required text is beneficial 3.0 / 5
Work load is heavier than for courses of comparable credit 4.8 / 5
Rate the overall teaching effectiveness of this instructor 5.6 / 7
How worthwhile was this course compared with others at U.C.? 6.4 / 7