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Professor Martha Fielder
Dallas County Community College District
Overall A-
4 ratings,  [AVG: 7 min, 21 sec]
Workload: Reasonable Responsible Grading: A

Enjoys Teaching B Arrogance: Normal
Speaks & Writes Clearly A- Respect for Students: High
Sensible Lectures B+ Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course B+ Student Feedback is: Considered
Instructor Effort B+
Coursework:
Mostly "concepts"
Grading System:
Well Defined in advance
Course Requirements:
Well Defined
Assignment Instructions
Very Well Described
 
Exam Design:
Well Written
Exam Coverage:
Followed from course
Grades Reflect:
Understanding and Mastery
Final Grade Verification:
Monitors students
Gets class involved B+
Competent with material A-
Friendly/Sociable B
Adds to content B+
This instructor is:
Liked
 

 

 

 
   
 
Courses:
1302 
HIST-1301 
 
Comments
Overall: C
This was an on-line course and I am not sure how some of the other students' outcome.  I just hope I make a passing grade in this course.  Never will I take another course from this instructor.  I found her way of teaching extremely difficult for someone in their mid 50s. 
 
Should do to do well...
Future students should be made aware that this instructor does not (in my opinion), allow ample time to adequately complete examinations.  I hour is NOT enough time, for 25-35 questions and some examinations had 2-3 essay questions.  After other students voiced their concerns, the instructor added another 20 minutes to exam time.  We were allowed to re-take the 1st and 2nd exam.  1 hour and 20 minutes is not enough time to complete her exams.  I thought I was well prepared, by printing the powerpoints and chapter notes.  When you start taking the exam, you wonder where some of those answers came from.  Powerpoints/chapter notes, were extremely difficult to follow, when taking the exam(s). 
 
Should know...
Honestly, I am not sure.  She said, “Study, study and study, until you can't study anymore!” I did, and it did not work! 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: B-
Liked Instructor?: neither liked nor disliked
 
Overall: A
learned a lot.  You get out of it what you put into it. 
 
Should do to do well...
don't procrastinate
 
Should know...
study before beginning to take the test
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: B
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: A
Extremely interesting.  I enjoyed attending class.  Learned a lot. 
 
Should do to do well...
Take good notes, and pay attention. 
 
Should know...
Take good notes, and study your notes for exams. 
Student Competency: Expert-Level
Student's Grade: F
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Dr.  Fielder is a great professor.  Loved her lectures.  Take good notes and study for the tests, and you're good to go.  Plan to take her again. 
 

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