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Instructor: Tarcisius Kabutaulaka

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PACS108, Spring 2011
PACS108, Fall 2009

Tarcisius Kabutaulaka: PACS108, Spring 2011

Campus: University of Hawaii at Manoa Department: Pacific Islands Studies Prog
Course: PACS 108 - Pacific Worlds Crn (Section): 87328 (003)    
1. The instructor demonstrated knowledge of course content.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.54 24 0.72 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 3 (13%) 5 (21%) 16 (67%)
2. The instructor fulfilled the goals of the course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.17 24 1.05 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 0 (0%) 5 (21%) 6 (25%) 12 (50%)
3. The instructor communicated effectively.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.96 24 1.04 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 3 (13%) 4 (17%) 8 (33%) 9 (38%)
4. I learned to identify main points and central issues in this field.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.88 24 0.99 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 1 (4%) 4 (17%) 12 (50%) 6 (25%)
5. I deepened my interest in the subject matter of this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.71 24 1.16 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 2 (8%) 8 (33%) 5 (21%) 8 (33%)
6. I developed enthusiasm about the course material.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.42 24 1.14 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 4 (17%) 8 (33%) 6 (25%) 5 (21%)
7. I was stimulated to discuss related topics outside of class.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.21 24 1.18 Freq(%) 2 (8%) 5 (21%) 6 (25%) 8 (33%) 3 (13%)
8. I developed plans to take additional related courses.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
2.5 24 1.1 Freq(%) 5 (21%) 7 (29%) 8 (33%) 3 (13%) 1 (4%)
9. I participated actively in class discussion.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.33 24 1.09 Freq(%) 2 (8%) 2 (8%) 9 (38%) 8 (33%) 3 (13%)
10. I enjoyed this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.39 23 1.2 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 5 (22%) 6 (26%) 6 (26%) 5 (22%)
11. I gained a better understanding of myself through this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.5 24 1.1 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 3 (13%) 8 (33%) 7 (29%) 5 (21%)
12. I developed a clearer sense of professional identity.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.38 24 1.1 Freq(%) 2 (8%) 0 (0%) 14 (58%) 3 (13%) 5 (21%)
13. I try to relate what I learn in this course to my own experience.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.79 24 0.98 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 0 (0%) 8 (33%) 9 (38%) 6 (25%)
14. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?
The group project was probably the most valuable. It gave me a better understanding about service learning and my group's topic for the project.
I am glad to have been taught by someone who actually had first hand knowledge ofthe material being presented. The topics were very interesting and I am more aware of what is going on in the Pacific.
To be honest not a lot. I would say if I had to choose it would be just the videos in the class I think were a lot more helpful in understanding the course than the teacher.
The group projects?
None
The group project that we had to do. I was able to learn about a Pacific Island organization and about the Marshall Islands. I never knew that there was such a community on Oahu. It was an interesting experience.
learning about what is happening on the islands in the pacific ocean
For me, I found the small group discusions valuable. It gaves us time to talk amongst ourselves and express our ideas with other group members. I also found the lectures valuable because they gave a brief overview of what we were covering in our readings.
learn about the people of the pacific as a whole. Culture and history was taught in a nice pace.
Everything! :)
I liked learning about the cultural and geographical aspects.
The Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders are all going through the same difficulties trying to regain their language and their culture. They are all fighting the same cultural erasures together.
That I already knew a lot because I'm from the islands.
Working with group members and also working with organizations outside of class.
To me, the videos were the strongest and most valuable aspect of the course. They supported the concepts learned in class well while keeping me interested (especially the video where two Pacific Islanders trace their roots to the indigenous South Asians). The Kon Tiki expedition video was also interesting, albeit a bit long. Group discussions were also somewhat valuable since it made the class get involved in their own learning. Sometimes it was a bit repetitive, and I didn't really see the point in doing it when the answers were eventually given.
i like watching the videos and having discussions because it helped me to understand and visualize what we talked about in lecture.
The incorporation of various material were beneficial for my understanding of the course.
Aspects that were most valuable were when Tara related what we were learning to his many trips and business in the Pacific Islands. He also related how issues in the Pacific affect the whole world in globalization. The videos he used were helpful to understand the material and context. The group presentations were also a great way to explore and further my knowledge about the Pacific Island community here in Hawaii.
I did not know anything about Oceania so it was interesting.
Really gaining an understanding of the entire pacific region and not just the familiar Polynesian nations.
15. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?
The videos shown were not as much as valuable as the others.
The group project was a disaster. I wish I would have never had to do that project. It was disorganized, I did not learn anything from the work that we did. Communication was extremely rough and I feel it tainted this course overall.
The readings. The teacher complained that we weren't reading the readings but in fact a lot of us were it was just that 1 the articles were extremely long with a lot of information that bounced around a lot and 2 the articles were filled with just too much information for anyone to fully grasp on to.
The grading was very confusing and the readings over complicated the curriculum with ridiculous amounts of unnecessary information.
The class is very interesting but sometimes is kinda boring.
Some of the readings were confusing and during class, we didn't really go over them to help me understand, so I sort of felt lost at times, which hindered my learning.
all the reading we had to do for the exams
Some of the readings were lengthy and I feel like some of them weren't as relevant to others. Although the exams are based on mainly the readings, the exams didn't cover all of the readings. I think if we talked about the readings in class, I would've understood some of them better.
te taki
Nothing.
Nothing, they were all new information that I have never learned. Even though some were not so interesting such as the many organizations in the Oceania.
Some of the test questions were pretty difficult even though I had thoroughly read the readings. There was a lot of information to remember coming into some of the tests so it led to most of the class failing one of the tests. The emails from the professor about what reminding us what readings would be covered in the tests were helpful, but, it would be a lot better for the students if we were given a head up on what particular things to pay attention to in the readings. The professor also noted that there would be 15 minutes before the exam where he would go over some key things but he didn't seem to do that for any of the tests. I felt that even a quick 15 minute review before the exam would help a lot for the students because it could refresh their memory and possibly bring up something that they didn't pay close attention to when studying their notes.
Reading.
Learning the history of each islands in the Pacific i do not think that is valuable because in these days people do not care about most of the history anymore. However, i know that in most places still value their history so i can conclude that every material we went through in class were valuable.
Some of the readings were just too long, altering the focus of the topics of discussion. This caused low grades on exams. It's difficult to retain every single piece of information, and when exams focus on such minute aspects, it's difficult to come up with a lengthy, adequate answer required for a short answer/essay problem.
i dont like the readings, they are long, and the topics are broad, i would rather have discussed them in class to better point out the main ideas on the article so we know what to concentrate on studying for the exams.
The service learning project proved to be more of a burden rather than motivate me to learn more of the subject matter. Service learning project caused many students to be uninterested in the subject. Preparing for the service learning project was more of a distraction to preparing for the course exams.
Some of the readings were too long about fifty pages. It would have been nice if he could have found other readings that were shorter or if he had condensed them. The issueing of exams were a little funky because half were actual multiple choice/ fill in the blank questions while the others were essays-this makes it hard to judge how the final will be and whether or not it will be cumulative because there is not actual hard text to refer to aside from all the readings, and ppts we did in class.
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It was all pretty valuable.
16. What did you find most valuable and helpful about the course?
It gives you understanding about the course not only in class but as well as being active outside of class (i.e. group project).
The readings were interesting and helpful in understanding different perspectives from around the Pacific and not just from Mr. Kabutaulaka.
Nothing
The group projects were fun.
To many things to get that been valuable.
What I thought was most valuable about the course was that I realize that being involved with your community, especially a community that is perhaps culturally or ethnically based is crucial. By participating in communities, you will be able to preserve your culture, or the culture of someone else.
the lectures
different perspectives from around the pacific
The professor's knowledge and personal experiences.
I enjoyed the videos we watched and the service learning project.
I felt that learning about how all of the Pacific Islands fighting the same battle of retaining their language and culture was really valuable.
Reading.
I learned a lot about the three regions in the Pacific and what island is in what region. I did study this when i was in high school but we do not more further on that so i do not really understand these regions and the islands within each. I also made friends and because of this my English speaking skills are getting better.
The videos were definitely helpful, as interesting, supplemental information.
The incorporation of various material were beneficial for my understanding of the course.
The group project and being able to do fieldwork in observing and exploring the Pacific World's community in Hawaii. I also found the in class group work was most valuable because we could bounce ideas off of eachother and then list them down on his sheet of paper and compare it to the rest of the class.
The fact that we were able to see videos on the different cultures of the pacific.
17. What did you find least valuable and helpful about the course?
I think the readings were to much and some were hard to understand, it didn't help me that much in class.
A TA was not necessary she was of little to no help. The project she coordinated was very disorganized and it seemed there were no guide lines for us to follow. The syllabus was only there for us to know when assingnments were do.
Everything
The grading wasn't very clear because the requirements weren't specific enough.
none
once again, what I felt least valuable about the course is the fact that most of the things that we were tested on were from the readings. And even though I read them, the difficult part was understanding them and gaining the main concepts for each reading. I just wished we were able to go over them and discuss them during class.
reading all those articles
the presentation
Nothing.
Some readings were very long and dull. We should go over them or discuss about them in class so we have a better understanding and do better on the exams.
There was a lot of things in some of the readings that didn't seem to be necessary and they felt like a word filler. I know that it was not Professor Kabutaulaka's fault that some of the readings were wordy but it would be good for future students if the readings had indicators that point out which passages or pages to pay close attention to.
reading.
To tell the truth, i do not think there is something that is least valuable because throughout the course, everything i learned were very valuable to me.
Long readings lowered grades. Some readings were also of low quality. Exams were focused on knowledge of certain things, rather than learning a topic and being able to justify it from everything learned from the topic. Exams were too focused on readings. The supplemental information given in class (which I felt was more useful than what was gained from the readings) was never used in exams. Too much emphasis on readings, and a bit too strong for an introductory course.
The service learning project proved to be more of a burden rather than motivate me to learn more of the subject matter. Service learning project caused many students to be uninterested in the subject. Preparing for the service learning project was more of a distraction to preparing for the course exams.
during one part of the winter break as we were all studying, he took off all the powerpoints we needed to use to study from.
The readings were not aways available when we needed them.
The really long readings. They all contained a lot of information and it was difficult to remember all the specific details of each.
18. The instructor gives clear explanations.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.88 24 1.08 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 2 (8%) 3 (13%) 11 (46%) 7 (29%)
19. The instructor is enthusiastic about the course material.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.54 24 0.72 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 3 (13%) 5 (21%) 16 (67%)
20. The instructor puts material across in an interesting way.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.75 24 1.07 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 2 (8%) 5 (21%) 10 (42%) 6 (25%)
21. The instructor appears to have a thorough knowledge of the subject.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.61 23 0.66 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (9%) 5 (22%) 16 (70%)
22. The instructor seems knowledgeable in many areas.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.54 24 0.59 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (4%) 9 (38%) 14 (58%)
23. The instructor clearly stated at the beginning of the semester the objectives of the course and requirements.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.38 24 0.77 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 1 (4%) 1 (4%) 10 (42%) 12 (50%)
24. The instructor was effective in meeting the objectives of the course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.04 24 1.12 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 1 (4%) 5 (21%) 6 (25%) 11 (46%)
25. The instructor has an interesting style of presentation.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.63 24 1.1 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 2 (8%) 8 (33%) 7 (29%) 6 (25%)
26. The instructor maintains an atmosphere of good feeling in class.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.04 23 1.02 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 0 (0%) 5 (22%) 8 (35%) 9 (39%)
27. One real strength of this course is the classroom discussion.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.17 23 1.15 Freq(%) 2 (9%) 4 (17%) 8 (35%) 6 (26%) 3 (13%)
28. The instructor keeps students informed of their progress.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.3 23 1.11 Freq(%) 2 (9%) 2 (9%) 9 (39%) 7 (30%) 3 (13%)
29. The instructor was accessible to students outside of class.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.48 23 0.59 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 13 (57%) 9 (39%) 1 (4%)
30. The instructor seems well prepared for each class.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.0 23 0.74 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 1 (4%) 3 (13%) 14 (61%) 5 (22%)
31. The amount of work required is appropriate for the credit received.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.29 24 1.12 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 6 (25%) 5 (21%) 9 (38%) 3 (13%)
32. The amount of material covered in the course is reasonable.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.63 24 1.1 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 3 (13%) 5 (21%) 10 (42%) 5 (21%)
33. What did you find most valuable and helpful about the instructor?
The way he presented the lectures in class. I think it was organized and well presented.
He wanted us to do well. He would set up opportunities for us to think on our own about a topic he was discussing. I could tell that he wanted to share what he knew about the Pacific and he wanted us to understand its history and future.
He knew a lot about this subject
How we handle class discussion
he seemed pretty excited about the material that we went over. I'm guessing the reason was because he, himself, came from one of the Pacific Islands, so he must have had pride when sharing his knowledge about his home. I hope that didn't sound racist or anything . . . :-)
the teaching of the pacific islands
he was knowledgeable about the subject and communicated effectively.
Personal experience from being from the locations he lectures about.
He had many knowledge and experience in the subject so he is very credible and can answer all our questions.
I felt that it was very helpful that he was actually from the Pacific Islands and it made it very easy for him to relate with the material.
Reading.
He seem to know well about this course so he explained every material clearly.
He came to each specific group during group discussions and helped to inform us of certain topics, emphasizing on important information. Pretty friendly and easygoing. Had a way to make some classes seem more fun than they are.
I like his style of lecturing and the various methods that he used to convey the material to the class.
He has alot of knowledge about the Pacific Worlds region and the Pacific worlds community outside of the the Pacific region. He shares stories that contain valuable knowledge about life in the Pacific and then relates them to how they affect other countries in and outside of the region. He tries to crack jokes about the cultures to help us understand the context of the situation.
That he is a pacific islander. It is difficult for pacific islander such as myself to learn about the stuggles of my people and related cultures from someone not of that "race." Although they may posses thorough knowledge of th subject matter it's harder to hear it from someone that hasn't suffered from it.
34. What did you find least valuable and helpful about the instructor?
When assigning the group discussion.
He was a good teacher Ihave nothing bad to say
His assigned readings were bogus to be honest, i think that for this class he could've picked better readings so that we could understand and grasp what was being read. He wasn't always so clear on what he wanted exactly especially for the Essay exams.
alot of good things
One thing that frustrated me was whenever he told us what to study for for his exams. He was very vague in guiding me towards what to study. He just told us the exams will be based on all of the readings we have read between the previous exam and the one we're about to take. Only until the last exam, did he weed down specifically which readings he was going to focus on for the exam. I just wished that he did that in the beginning, because I felt that I wasted my time re-reading like 5 or 6 readings and the exam only focused on 2 or 3 of the readings. But this just all might be a personal problem. Who knows . . .
assigning all the readings and making most of the points on the exam for the readings
he is a fine teacher
Nothing.
We should've had reviews on the readings. Although we had group discussion, we should have class discussions.
N/A
Reading.
He rarely made the presentations interesting so most of the time i slept in class.
His emphasis on readings.
The length of readings was too much and questions on exams pertaining to the readings required a lot of detail to catch.
He would talk a bit fast when presenting the powerpoints, that it didnt give us enough time to write everything down.
Nothig
35. Overall, the TA is an excellent teacher.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree   N/A  
3.61 23 1.12 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 3 (13%) 5 (22%) 9 (39%) 5 (22%) 0 (0%)
36. The TA was well organized and prepared for each session.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree   N/A  
3.82 22 1.1 Freq(%) 1 (5%) 2 (9%) 3 (14%) 10 (45%) 6 (27%) 0 (0%)
37. The TA stimulated students to think about the subject matter.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree   N/A  
3.78 23 1.13 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 2 (9%) 5 (22%) 8 (35%) 7 (30%) 0 (0%)
38. Reading assignments are relevant to what is presented in class.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.91 22 0.87 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 1 (5%) 6 (27%) 9 (41%) 6 (27%)
39. The instructor was fair in grading and criteria of grades.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
3.74 23 1.21 Freq(%) 1 (4%) 3 (13%) 5 (22%) 6 (26%) 8 (35%)
40. What did you find most valuable and helpful about the TA's teaching style and methods?
Easy to approach, very helpful during the project, and always keeping us updated.
She did not teach anything
Nothing..the TA was never in class and was always forgetting to find out information for us when we asked her to.
The ability to meet with her for projects.
How to learn about different people all over the pacific.
The TA was very helpful during our group project in the sense that she made sure that we weren't going through any trouble with the project. She was also good at connecting us with our specific organizations that we were working with. And she had an overall positive attitude towards this project.
what to do for the project
not much..
She was very helpful and went out of her way for students.
She gave clear directions and prompts.
The TA Monica Labriola was very easy to get in touch with and she was very speedy with her replies. She also answered all of the questions when it came down to the projects that we did.
She talked.
She gave us extra time if we need for each assignment due.
The TA seemed to be understanding of situations that could come up.
TA was helpful at keeping students on track of MUNDANE service learning project.
Scheduling outside appointments to meet with her was good. She dedicated two whole classes to working on the project.
41. What did you find least valuable and helpful?
The readings that were assigned for the project.
The TA wanted us to form a bond with our organizations. But the organizations had three or four groups presenting on them and became overwhelmed; each group felt the effects of that. As a student in the class, I hear from my piers that the group project was more of a burden than a learning experience. I feel the same way especially knowing the project is worth 30% of my overall grade in the class that she does not attend. I am also soar that i got a lower grade on my personal response paper because I honestly but respectfully expressed my concern and feelings about the project. Apparently, this TA cannot take criticism.
The readings. The readings sucked, they were too long with way too much information, too much readings.
The overall structure of how we are graded in assignments, since rubric wasn't very clear.
none
I didn't really find anything that was not valuable or helpful that the TA did.
no class time for project
i don't really interact with her
Nothing.
The service learning project took a lot of extra time and should be counted as a credit.
N/A
She talked.
Sometimes she does not reply students e-mails.
Some of her grading was a bit weird--I think it's because the TA had so many students to keep track of, that she became somewhat lost and overwhelmed.
TA did not do anything to address students not doing work in groups.
The least helpful was when we presnted our group presentation, the communication between the groups and the TA was not very effective. I had emailed her to confirm our time to present and she was definite that it was fine, but when we came to class she acted very indecisive and fretful about who should present when and whether everything would be ok. It was quite annoying to find out that the presentation plans weren't set because the TA had changed her mind. Just, the TA could be more a effective communicator towards the students and be more organized. It was also hard to get in contact with the TA alot, espicially when we needed important information for our project, we would have to wait at least a good week before we had a response and by then we had already moved on with the project.
42. Other comments:
The readings felt like it was too much/long, maybe cut down or revise the readings. Slow readers like myself gets hard time. And assigning readings 3-5 days before the test isn't helping.
Find better readings that can get the same point across but are a more interesting, make class lectures more interesting because they are just as boring as the readings. Maybe more movies so that students can fully grasp the point you're trying to teach.
Overall, Tarcisius is a really nice man, and he seemed generally knowledgeable about the Pacific Islands, I just feel that he should improve upon his teaching styles and go over the readings that he assigns.
a service learning project in a 100 level class is a little too much especially with 5 exams to study for and the readings we had to do made it a little difficult
had fun and learned a lot about issues in the pacific
<3
I like this class but it will be better if there are field trips to some of the areas discussed in class.
As an introductory course, it's too rigorous. Some readings are just downright ridiculous.

Tarcisius Kabutaulaka: PACS108, Fall 2009     Back to top

Campus: University of Hawaii at Manoa Department: Pacific Islands Studies Prog
Course: PACS 108 - Pacific Worlds Crn (Section): 79246 (001)     79247 (003)    
1. The instructor demonstrated knowledge of course content.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.92 13 0.28 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 3 (15%) 12 (92%)
2. The instructor fulfilled the goals of the course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.45 20 0.69 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (15%) 7 (35%) 9 (69%)
3. The instructor communicated effectively.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.3 20 0.8 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 1 (8%) 1 (8%) 6 (30%) 7 (58%)