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The Savannah College of Art and Design

 
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Professor Bridget Gaynor
Savannah College of Art and Design
Overall B-
2 ratings,  [AVG: 8 min, 24 sec]
Workload: Responsible Grading: -

Enjoys Teaching B- Arrogance: A problem
Speaks & Writes Clearly A- Respect for Students: Some
Sensible Lectures A Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course A Student Feedback is: Sought After
Instructor Effort B
Coursework:
Mostly "concepts"
Grading System:
Informed afterwards
Course Requirements:
Well Defined
Assignment Instructions
Very Well Described
 
Exam Design:
A little Hazy
Exam Coverage:
Followed from course
Grades Reflect:
Just did the work
Final Grade Verification:
Monitors students
Gets class involved B
Competent with material B-
Friendly/Sociable B
Adds to content C+
This instructor is:
neither liked nor disliked
 

 

 

 
   
 
Courses:
TECH 311 
 
Comments
Overall: A
You should expect a lot of work in this class.  Very few projects, but they are a lot of work if you want to do them well and get a good grade (and get good stuff for your portfolio).

One of the exercises I thought was really stupid at the time (and I think other students thought so as well)You should expect a lot of work in this class.  She had things like a teapot, four different glasses, silverware, wood, plastic, etc, and had us go around and describe the surface properties of each object.  It really starts to get you to examine the difference between two different very similar objects and try to think of how to reproduce them. 

Student Competency: Beginner
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: D+
If you work on your own, you can teach yourself a lot.  I did.  Don't rely on her.  She actually told one student in my class he couldn't do something because it was “probably too advanced for him” the guy got offended and did it anyways- very well at that and with her refusing to help. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Strongly Disliked
 

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