eCAFE: Course and Faculty Evaluations
Instructor: Carl Polley
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CHNS290, Spring 2014CHNS290, Spring 2014
EALL262, Spring 2014
LING102, Spring 2014
CHNS290, Fall 2013
CHNS290, Fall 2013
EALL261, Fall 2013
LING102, Summer I 2011
EALL262, Spring 2011
EALL261, Fall 2010
EALL262, Spring 2010
EALL261, Fall 2009
Carl Polley: CHNS290, Spring 2014
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  CHNS 290  Chinese Language and Culture  Crn (Section):  34378 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. I deepened my interest in the subject matter of this course.  


19. I gained a better understanding of myself through this course.  


20. I learned more in this course than I expected to learn.  


21. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?  


22. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: CHNS290, Spring 2014 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  CHNS 290  Chinese Language and Culture  Crn (Section):  34379 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. I deepened my interest in the subject matter of this course.  


19. I gained a better understanding of myself through this course.  


20. I learned more in this course than I expected to learn.  


21. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?  


22. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: EALL262, Spring 2014 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  EALL 262  Chinese Lit in Trans after 850  Crn (Section):  34381 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?  


19. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?  


20. How can the instructor improve the teaching of this course?  


21. What two or three single words best describe this instructor?  


22. What changes would you make in the discussion sections?  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: LING102, Spring 2014 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  LING 102  Intro to the Study of Language  Crn (Section):  34184 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?  


19. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?  


20. How can the instructor improve the teaching of this course?  


21. What two or three single words best describe this instructor?  


22. What changes would you make in the discussion sections?  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: CHNS290, Fall 2013 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  CHNS 290  Chinese Language and Culture  Crn (Section):  31415 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: CHNS290, Fall 2013 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  CHNS 290  Chinese Language and Culture  Crn (Section):  31416 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: EALL261, Fall 2013 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  EALL 261  Chinese Lit in Trans to 850  Crn (Section):  31417 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: LING102, Summer I 2011 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  LING 102  Intro to the Study of Language  Crn (Section):  35462 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The instructor explained course procedure. (attendance, assignments, grading policy, exams, etc.)  


4. The course was well organized.  


5. The instructor knew the subject area.  


6. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


7. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


8. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


9. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


10. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


11. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


12. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


13. The instructor treated students fairly.  


14. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


15. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


16. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


17. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


18. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


19. I learned a good deal of factual material in this course.  


20. I learned to identify main points and central issues in this field.  


21. I participated actively in class discussion.  


22. I gained a better understanding of myself through this course.  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: EALL262, Spring 2011 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  EALL 262  Chinese Lit in Trans after 850  Crn (Section):  33511 (0) 34410 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. I developed leadership skills in this class.  


19. I learned to value new viewpoints.  


20. What two or three single words best describe this instructor?  


21. What changes would you make in the readings?  


22. What changes would you make in the writing assignments?  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: EALL261, Fall 2010 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  EALL 261  Chinese Lit in Trans to 850  Crn (Section):  31437 (0) 32303 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. I developed more confidence in my ability to communicate effectively through writing.  


19. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?  


20. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?  


21. What things did you get from this course that will benefit you personally?  


22. What changes would you make in the writing assignments?  


23. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: EALL262, Spring 2010 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  EALL 262  Chinese Lit in Trans after 850  Crn (Section):  33511 (0) 
1. The course objectives and procedures were clear.  


2. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.  


3. The course was well organized.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


6. The course material was presented in a clear and effective way.  


7. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


8. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


9. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


10. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


11. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


12. The instructor treated students fairly.  


13. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


14. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


15. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


16. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


17. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


18. Other comments:  

Carl Polley: EALL261, Fall 2009 Back to top
Campus:  Kapiolani Community College  Department:  Languages, Linguistics & Lit 

Course:  EALL 261  Chinese Lit in Trans to 850  Crn (Section):  31475 (0) 
1. The instructor did not speak clearly.  


2. The instructor explained course procedure. (attendance, assignments, grading policy, exams, etc.)  


3. The instructor was available during office hours and/or via email.  


4. The instructor knew the subject area.  


5. The instructor explained the course goals and objectives.  


6. The instructor encouraged students' participation.  


7. The instructor was prepared for class.  


8. The instructor provided a good atmosphere for learning.  


9. The instructor encouraged me to think for myself.  


10. The instructor's way of teaching assisted my learning.  


11. The instructor graded tests and assignments fairly.  


12. The instructor informed students of their grades on exams and assignments promptly.  


13. The instructor demonstrated concern for students.  


14. The instructor treated students fairly.  


15. The instructor spoke clearly.  


16. What are the instructor's major strengths as a teacher?  


17. What changes, if any, do you suggest to the instructor?  


18. The instructor was not available during office hours and/or via email.  


19. How did the instructor show concern for students?  


20. Would you recommend this instructor to students? Why or why not?  


21. What else would you like to say about this instructor?  


22. The instructor actively listened to students.  
