Academic Programs

M.Div./M.Min. Evaluation of Online Course

After the conclusion of an online course, we ask the students to complete an evaluation form online. This form is for M.Div./M.Min. students.

Please fill out this form as completely as possible and press the Submit button at the bottom of the page. The results are sent directly to the Dean of Earlham School of Religion.

If you have difficulty processing the form, please contact the web editor.

 

Part I

Please evaluate your learning in this course by choosing the appropriate rating below for all that are applicable, with 1 being the lowest rating and 5 being the highest rating. Brief examples on the line following each item would be beneficial. Select N/A only when the item was not part of the course objectives as stated on the syllabi.

Part II

Please evaluate the instructor for this course by choosing the appropriate rating below for all that are applicable, with 1 being the lowest rating and 5 being the highest rating.

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Instructor communicated course expectations with clarity.
Instructor demonstrated knowledge of subject area.
Instructor demonstrated skills in teaching and session design.
Instructor modeled a pedagogy of mutual listening and learning.
Instructor was accessible to students.
Instructor provided timely and helpful feedback to student work.
Part III

Please evaluate specific features or components of the course by choosing ALL of the categories below that are applicable.

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Required reading for the course helpfully supported the course objectives.
The amount of required reading was appropriate for the course.
Format (twice weekly, block, intensive) was conducive to effective learning.
Required assignments helped to fulfill the course objectives.
The scope and number of assignments were reasonable.
The amount of required reading was appropriate for the course.
The use of technological tools was conducive to effective learning.
Communication and support from the ESR main campus was helpful.
The Moodle software was user-friendly and functioned efficiently.
Learning without the benefit of a traditional classroom was effective.
On-line discussions were constructive learning experiences.
Audio and video clips performed at an acceptable speed.
Library resources were not difficult to obtain.
Part IV

Please complete as fully as possible.

Part V (Optional)

Please help us assess how particular categories of students experienced the course by choosing all the items below that apply to you.

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