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lab3

Page history last edited by PBworks 12 years, 6 months ago

1.  Again, I apologize for taking your time to answer these questions.  However, this is extremely helpful for me to improve the course.  Thanks.    These questions refer to:  Lab 3    How well do you feel that you understoo...

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Response

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very well

 

 

 

6

43%

2

well

 

 

 

8

57%

3

so-so, OK

 

 

 

0

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4

not well

 

 

 

0

0%

5

I was lost

 

 

 

0

0%

6

I was absent from class (see next question)

 

 

 

0

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14

100%

 

2.  If you were absent from this class, please explain why. 

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3.  If, in the previous question, you said you didn't understand the lecture/lab "well" or "very well", please comment on what the principal source of difficulty was.

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4.  Did the class move at the right speed for you today?

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Response

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Too fast

 

 

 

0

0%

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OK

 

 

 

13

93%

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Too slow

 

 

 

1

7%

 

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14

100%

 

5.  If you said either "too fast" or "too slow" please explain (it can be brief, just enough so I get the idea)

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It was only a little bit too slow.  But, I would much rather go too slow than too fast.

 

6.  Do you have any specific questions regarding this lecture/lab or the class in general?

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1

No questions, I'm cool.

 

 

 

14

100%

2

Yes (see below).

 

 

 

0

0%

 

Total

 

14

100%

 

7.  What questions do you have?

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8.  Do you have any suggestions on how this lecture/lab (or the course in general) could be improved?

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This lab was great. I particularly liked how you debunked the myth of stata.

 

9.  I have been asked to switch/rotate lab partners on a regular basis.  Is that ok with you?  Let me know any suggestions you have about working with partners in lab.

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It doesn't really matter to me too much, although it is more convenient to just keep the ones next to us.

It is fine with me, I don't have a preference about whether or not we switch.  I do like working with people who know what they are doing with STATA.  As a person who is not great with it, it would make things much more difficult if I were working with another person who isn't great with it either.

While I like working with people I already know, it's probably better for the learning process to meet other classmates. I don't think we're good at random partnering, though, so perhaps there could be a matching system.

that's ok but personally i'd rather work with someone i am more comfortable with.

Switching lab partners is fine, but I don't think you need to worry about making an official system of rotation.

i like working with a diverse array of people.

yes. i like rotating.

I like switching up partners.

That's fine with me.  I feel like I benefit from multiple skill levels and approaches to STATA.

 

 

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