COURSE EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT
Even when being physically present with students in the classroom, it can be hard to know how different aspects of the course served each student and the group as a whole. In the online environment, this can be even more difficult. The questions you'll find below are designed to try and understand what your personal experience was with different features of the course. Your answers to the questions will help improve future offerings of Human Biology Online. The more thoughtful and specific your answers, the more helpful they are, especially when you can explain why you liked or disliked something, or why you found something particularly effective or particularly confusing.
Please post your answers to the forum on the Human BioNet social network.
It's best to write your answers in a word processor and then post them.
This information is invaluable to me for improving future offerings of this course. Thanks in advance for doing this, along with the college course evaluation link.
-Unit I: Cells and Genetics
-Unit II: The Body--Internal Maintenance
-Unit III: The Body--Environmental Interactions
-Unit IV: Human Populations (I know, you haven't done it yet, but you can check it out)
-Food and Nutrition
-Overall Course Welcome and Orientation Video:
-Unit Introduction Videos:
-PowerPoint presentations (please indicate if you listened to the narrations):
-Blogs for presenting assignments:
-E-mail or other interactions with instructor:
Please be sure you also do the Yavapai College course evaluation. This is a multiple choice form that only takes a few minutes and gives us some basic statistics. Link is from Unit Three course website page.
Please address course correspondence and questions to: HumanBiology156@yahoo.com
Biology Department In Ecuador:
Yavapai College Casilla 10-01-699
1100 East Sheldon Street Ibarra-Ecuador
Prescott, AZ 86301 Tel: 593-62-608-789
Office: 4-233A Skype: lmfrolich
Phone: (928) 717-7628; (800)-922-6787
© Larry Frolich 2007
Your hearts know in silence the secrets of the days and the nights.
But your ears thirst for the sound of your heart's knowledge.
You would know in words that which you have always known in thought.
You would touch with your fingers the naked body of your dreams.
And it is well you should.
--Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet