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Professor Doris Savron
University of Phoenix Phoenix Campus
Overall A-
4 ratings,  [AVG: 5 min, 32 sec]
Workload: Challenging Responsible Grading: A

Enjoys Teaching A Arrogance: None
Speaks & Writes Clearly A Respect for Students: High
Sensible Lectures A 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
Well Described
 
Exam Design:
Well Written
Exam Coverage:
Informed beforehand
Grades Reflect:
Just did the work
Final Grade Verification:
Monitors students
Gets class involved B
Competent with material A-
Friendly/Sociable A
Adds to content B
This instructor is:
Liked
 

 

 

 
   
 
Courses:
MBA/520 
MGT/330 
 
Comments
Overall: C+
The class was mostly tedious and boring.  I didn't learn very much. 
 
Should know...
I think you just need to show up.  The instructor was constantly behind on grading.  In fact, she didn't even grade the last week, she just turned in the first five weeks for the grade.  I have never seen that before. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Disliked
 
Overall: A
Learned alot, applied information right away, and got feedback from boss that there was a notable difference already. 
 
Should do to do well...
Put effort into your writing and include references. 
 
Should know...
Participate and include course discussions into assignments. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: B
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: A
Learned a great deal.  Already using information at work.  Lots of reading - will keep the material for future use. 
 
Should do to do well...
read material, use references, and participate
 
Should know...
Participating and showing understanding of material by using it in the assignments. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A-
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Feedback was detailed.  Shared relevant work experiences. 
 
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