Please evaluate the course you attended by filling in the items below. All answers are voluntary and the analysis of the results will be anonymised. The instructor will receive the answers promptly as a summarised report of all the results. The purpose of the evaluations is to point to any potential changes an instructor may wish to consider.

How the Instructors Structured the Class (MoGLi-2D)

Please evaluate the following statements on how the instructors structured the class. (Further down you will have the opportunity to rate the individual instructors.) 

 

Structure of the Class 

The instructors coordinated their share of teaching well.

I disagree

I strongly agree



The instructors avoided repetition of content already taught by others.

I disagree

I strongly agree



The instructors contributed their own respective expertise well.

I disagree

I strongly agree



The instructors treated each other respectfully and courteously.

I disagree

I strongly agree



It was always clear to me which instructor was responsible for which topic.

I disagree

I strongly agree



The transition between the different instructors was good.

I disagree

I strongly agree



Team teaching enhanced my learning process.

I disagree

I strongly agree



 

Effect 

Team teaching increased my motivation for the class.

I disagree

I strongly agree



Team teaching improved the value of the class.

I disagree

I strongly agree



Team teaching was used to implement alternative forms of teaching/learning.

I disagree

I strongly agree



 

Comments on the Instructors’ Interaction

 


Teaching Conduct/Attitude A (MoGLi-2D)

 

Please evaluate here the teaching conduct only of Prof. Dr. Anton Adamski. 

 

Prof. Dr. Anton Adamski... 

Concept 

… followed a clear structure.

never

always



… stated clearly the requirements which were to be fulfilled by the participants.

never

always



Organisation 

… used the allocated time effectively to foster learning.

never

always



… provided helpful materials (e.g. literature, lecture notes/transparencies or slides).

never

always



… dealt appropriately with disruptions.

never

always



… paid attention to good time management.

never

always



Learning Environment 

… prepared the content clearly and intelligibly.

never

always



… made the class interesting and stimulating.

never

always



... made good use of media (e.g. board, slides/transparencies, presentations).

never

always



… spoke clearly and was clearly audible.

never

always



… was well prepared.

never

always



… was committed and motivated.

never

always



Interaction 

… responded appropriately to questions and suggestions.

never

always



… led on from my previous knowledge or experience.

never

always



… stimulated me to explore the content.

never

always



... gave useful feedback to participants' contributions and assignments to support their learning.

never

always



… gave students the opportunity to give feedback on the class.

never

always



… treated the participants with respect and consideration.

never

always



… was also available for consultation outside class times.

never

always



Overview and Transfer 

… made the different areas of the content coherent and relevant to the topic.

never

always



… made cross-references to related topics beyond the sphere of the course.

never

always



… pointed out uses and possible applications of the content of the course.

never

always



Instructor’s Teaching Conduct/Attitude B (MoGLi-2D)

 

Please evaluate here the teaching conduct only of Prof. Dr. Erika Ergner 

 

Prof. Dr. Erika Ergner 

Concept 

… followed a clear structure.

never

always



… stated clearly the requirements which were to be fulfilled by the participants.

never

always



Organisation 

… used the allocated time effectively to foster learning.

never

always



… provided helpful materials (e.g. literature, lecture notes/transparencies or slides).

never

always



… dealt appropriately with disruptions.

never

always



… paid attention to good time management.

never

always



Learning Environment 

… prepared the content clearly and intelligibly.

never

always



… made the class interesting and stimulating.

never

always



... made good use of media (e.g. board, slides/transparencies, presentations).

never

always



… spoke clearly and was clearly audible.

never

always



… was well prepared.

never

always



… was committed and motivated.

never

always



Interaction 

… responded appropriately to questions and suggestions.

never

always



… led on from my previous knowledge or experience.

never

always



… stimulated me to explore the content.

never

always



... gave useful feedback to participants' contributions and assignments to support their learning.

never

always



… gave students the opportunity to give feedback on the class.

never

always



… treated the participants with respect and consideration.

never

always



… was also available for consultation outside class times.

never

always



Overview and Transfer 

… made the different areas of the content coherent and relevant to the topic.

never

always



… made cross-references to related topics beyond the sphere of the course.

never

always



… pointed out uses and possible applications of the content of the course.

never

always



Growth of Knowledge

The situation right now 

I know a lot about the topic of the course.

I strongly disagree

I strongly agree


 

I can apply the content of the course.

I strongly disagree

I strongly agree


 

I find the topic of the course interesting.

I strongly disagree

I strongly agree


 

 

The situation before the course 

I know a lot about the topic of the course.

I strongly disagree

I strongly agree


 

I can apply the content of the course.

I strongly disagree

I strongly agree


 

I find the topic of the course interesting.

I strongly disagree

I strongly agree


 

Overall Assessment and Workload (MoGLi-2D)

Requirements and Volume of Content 

The requirements imposed for this course were…

 

  
 

The volume of content covered in this course was…

 

  
 

 

Overall Assessment 

Which grade (1-5) would you give this course?

very good (1)

poor/fail (5)


 

 


Personal Details

What is the status of the course for your current study programme? (Multiple answers possible)


What is your gender?