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The Savannah College of Art and Design

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Professor Greg Johnson
Savannah College of Art and Design
Overall B+
1 ratings,  [AVG: 10 min, 17 sec]
Workload: Responsible Grading: -

Enjoys Teaching A- Arrogance: Cocky
Speaks & Writes Clearly B Respect for Students: Some
Sensible Lectures C Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course C Student Feedback is: Sought After
Instructor Effort A-
Concepts and Practice
Grading System:
Informed afterwards
Course Requirements:
Well Defined
Assignment Instructions
Exam Design:
Exam Coverage:
Grades Reflect:
Just did the work
Final Grade Verification:
Allows some "fudge factor"
Gets class involved A-
Competent with material C
Friendly/Sociable A
Adds to content B
This instructor is:
Really Liked



ITGM 208 
Overall: B+
i thought the class was fairly easy, but i went in with some understanding of 3d modeling.  i tutored for four different classes, and 95% of my students were from this class.  my grading of Greg is rather biased, because he's a very open and casual professor, and he's overall fun (for me).  however, he does tend to go very quickly through loosely defined demonstrations and lose quite a few students along the way.  then when you ask questions, he'll show you again, just as quickly, and you'll still be just as lost.  make sure you keep pestering him until you *get* it, and i mean really get it. 

again, my review is pretty biased.  i know that.  i liked him, but i'm outnumbered.  far more students hated him, because to be honest, he's the ultimate slacker professor, and you know what i'm talking about. 

Should do to do well...
do not miss classes, and pay attention.  some of the stuff he goes over is very quick.  if you have a question you *must* ask, because everything will build on those demonstrations, and if you don't get it, you'll be drowning in that class. 
Should know...
a student will do well if you pay attention in class and read about the topic online.  i know you'll never believe me, but an understanding of math and 3d math helps (you don't have to be able to solve it, just understand how the programs work the way they do). 
Student Competency: Unusually High
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked

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