eCAFE - Course and Faculty Evaluation, University of Hawaii

eCAFE: Course and Faculty Evaluations


Instructor: David Maine

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ENG311, Spring 2012
ENG313, Spring 2012
ENG313, Spring 2011

David Maine: ENG311, Spring 2012

Campus: University of Hawaii at Manoa Department: English
Course: ENG 311 - Autobiographical Writing Crn (Section): 87955 (001)    
1. The instructor demonstrated knowledge of course content.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.82 11 0.4 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (18%) 9 (82%)
2. The instructor fulfilled the goals of the course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.82 11 0.4 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (18%) 9 (82%)
3. The instructor communicated effectively.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.82 11 0.4 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (18%) 9 (82%)
4. I deepened my interest in the subject matter of this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.91 11 0.3 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (9%) 10 (91%)
5. I developed more confidence in my ability to communicate effectively through writing.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.91 11 0.3 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (9%) 10 (91%)
6. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?
Discussion formation, small size, Professor's schedule and organization of semester.
We learned a lot from critiquing and also from others writing.
He kept it real.
The different perspectives we recieved from our peers and professor and the concept that writing can take so many forms. What some people like may not be the same as others. Writing is an art not a concrete science.
Learning different writing techniques.
Class discussions and class setting. Instructor made the class a comfortable environment for students
The style and format, having each person facilitate the readings: novel and student assignments. This seems to have really allowed class bonding.
Class discussion.
Discussion and the foundation Prof. Maine laid down for those discussions to be built on- mutual respect which allowed us to open up which allowed us to grow as writers because it was a safe space.
The class discussions and hearing how other students evaluated the work.
The feedback from the rest of the class on writing assignments and the analysis of other autobiographies were a big help.
7. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?
none.
N/A I know what I need to know.
I enjoyed every moment of it and wish it didnt have to end.
n/a
Possible different novel selections.
No such thing.
I'm not sure about least valuable, we may not have enjoyed all the books but we learned from each one and had meaningful and insightful conversation.
I think everything was thought out and valuable.
8. The instructor appears to have a thorough knowledge of the subject.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.91 11 0.3 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (9%) 10 (91%)
9. The amount of work required is appropriate for the credit received.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.91 11 0.3 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (9%) 10 (91%)
10. Which aspects of the course did you like the best?
We critiqued, had and fun and very lively discussions. Everyone was passionate about the subject matter.
I really enjoyed reading all the different books he assigned despite the fact we weren't fans of two of them. They all serve a purpose to discern crap from good writing.
The open conversations and freedom to voice opinions.
Interacting with a lot of my classmates about their story writings.
Discussion style
Writing assignments and reading other classmates writings. The giving and getting constructive feedback from the personal writing assignments.
How no judgment was passed on the decisions that some students made in writing.
Most valued is best liked.
I enjoyed the class format and the material
To have the chance to write autobiographies.
11. Which aspects of the course did you like least?
the practice of writing and writing lie i've never done before.
We were blessed with this group and wish we had more time.
That I did not know my grade.
Classroom setting was distracting.
I didn't really not like anything.
12. Other comments:
Awesome class!
It's great! David Maine is great!!
Although we differ philosophically, he always respects different opinions and is open to listening to them.
We need more professors like David Maine at our school!
This Professor is very knowledgable.
Excellent instructor! Would definitely recommend and would take a class from David Maine again!
Dave really made the class comfortable and as a result we were able to stretch our own comfort zones when approaching the writings of personal stories, that are many times quite private. I think I see each individual class member's growth, including myself, from the time we started to where we have come. My how we've grown.
Great intrinsic value.
I've been working my way through undergrad for a decade and this has been the most rewarding class I've taken. Great character, beautiful stories and amazing conversation by classmates and Prof. Maine, every week. You're losing out UHM.

David Maine: ENG313, Spring 2012     Back to top

Campus: University of Hawaii at Manoa Department: English
Course: ENG 313 - Types of Creative Writing Crn (Section): 87852 (006)    
1. The instructor demonstrated knowledge of course content.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
5.0 7 0.0 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 7 (100%)
2. The instructor fulfilled the goals of the course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.86 7 0.38 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (14%) 6 (86%)
3. The instructor communicated effectively.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
5.0 7 0.0 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 7 (100%)
4. I deepened my interest in the subject matter of this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.86 7 0.38 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (14%) 6 (86%)
5. I developed more confidence in my ability to communicate effectively through writing.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.57 7 0.53 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 3 (43%) 4 (57%)
6. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?
The analysis on aspects of creative writing provided good insight. As one who approaches things in a very literal manner, it offered a novel way of thinking.
Group critiques of student writing
The class discussions were fun and educational.
Some aspects of the course that were most valuable to me were: -The discussion of the stories in a close group setting (I learned a lot of ideas from the different perspectives) -Critiquing of our individual stories (Sometimes it was hard to hear 15 of your peers just destroying your story, but the suggestions were definitely helpful) -I really looked forward to Professor Maine's personal critiques on every one of my stories (I think highly of all my classmates but, come on, the Professor's opinion is the one that matters most- he is the one teaching the class afterall)
The fact that Professor Maine is so knowledgable about this course really helps when discussing stories. The most valuable aspect of this course is the feedback that Professor Maine and the students give on my short stories. It helps improve my writing and story telling abilities.
Great class. David really gave the students reign of the class, which worried me at first, but it worked out well. Because we have to share our creative writing with each other I think it is important that we learn to trust one another, which happened more quickly with the strong elements of class discussion.
7. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?
None.
The written feedback on our papers were valuable BUT since not that many students actually wrote comments, it proved to be least valuable and a general waste of paper.
I can't think of any. This was my favorite class this semester by far.
I didn't find anything least valuable.
Nothing really. I do wish there was at least one paper where we had the chance to revise and share again after hearing feedback. I think that it would be a valuable experience to take the feedback and actually put it into our work and receive feedback on the second version.
8. The instructor appears to have a thorough knowledge of the subject.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
5.0 7 0.0 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 7 (100%)
9. The amount of work required is appropriate for the credit received.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.86 7 0.38 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (14%) 6 (86%)
10. Which aspects of the course did you like the best?
The course was very relaxing.
Writing stories
I enjoyed Dave and the other students and interacting with them.
I enjoyed having the creative freedom to put all the things going on in my head down on paper.
I liked the student discussions done everyday, and that Professor Maine doesn't lecture us, but joins us as a class.
I really enjoyed the small class size and watching myself and my peers grow as writers. People's stories seriously improved as the semester progressed. Also the study of comics was pretty great.
11. Which aspects of the course did you like least?
None.
Leading discussion
It was all pretty enjoyable, perhaps reading some of the short stories... some were boring.
The awkward time following my classmates reading and discussing my stories because now they all think I'm crazy.
Nothing.
Only the grading process, which is pretty much a mystery.
12. Other comments:
Dave is a very good teacher. He's down to earth and relatable, very easy to talk to as well. He knows English but doesn't bog you down with technical terminology and techniques, rather, he takes you back to basics of what you personally like and don't like.
I wish we would have had a little more guidance on "how" to write a good story (maybe the processes you have to go through) but I think we all eventually self taught ourselves it along the way throughout the semester. This was a great class that I've already recommended to other students! I've met some of the most eccentric and interesting people in that one class then in the last few years combined. It was awesome.
It was my favorite class this semester. I wish I could take this class over and over.

David Maine: ENG313, Spring 2011     Back to top

Campus: University of Hawaii at Manoa Department: English
Course: ENG 313 - Types of Creative Writing Crn (Section): 81151 (003)     89259 (005)    
1. The instructor demonstrated knowledge of course content.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.83 6 0.41 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (17%) 7 (70%)
2. The instructor fulfilled the goals of the course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.67 6 0.52 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (33%) 7 (70%)
3. The instructor communicated effectively.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.67 6 0.52 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 3 (30%) 4 (67%)
4. I gained a good understanding of concepts/principles in this field.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.6 10 0.7 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (10%) 2 (20%) 7 (70%)
5. I developed creative ability in this field.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.6 10 0.52 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (33%) 6 (60%)
6. I learned to recognize quality work in this field.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.83 6 0.41 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (17%) 6 (60%)
7. I deepened my interest in the subject matter of this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.67 6 0.52 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 4 (40%) 6 (60%)
8. I reconsidered many of my former attitudes.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.2 10 1.23 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 2 (20%) 1 (17%) 2 (20%) 6 (60%)
9. I enjoyed this course.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.67 9 0.5 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 3 (33%) 6 (67%)
10. Which aspects of the course were most valuable?
Demonstrated a great balance of casual approach of teaching while enforcing when necessary. Made everyone feel a part of the class and encouraged when we needed. Seemed very sincere when we needed to talk to him during office hours or outside of the classroom.
The talk-story aspect of the course really helped me understand what was working and what was not working. it also made people feel more comfortable voicing their opinions despite there being some very touchy subjects.
All valuable.
I really liked the format of this course. We alternated between reading published works and student work, which was very refreshing because some of the stories in the anthology were very strange and confusing! I appreciated the class discussions and feedback because it gave everyone a chance to give input and develop their critical reading skills. I feel like I've grown a lot from this class because I developed the ability to read a story and assess its strong and weak points.
discussion of both published material and student work
I was exposed to many different types of short stories and graphic novels. The variety was good. Since we were working out of anthologies we got a mix of what we judged to be good and bad, so that was cool because we could see what works and what doesn't work. For me, having to comment on my classmate's work was a valuable experience since I want to be an english teacher. I also found it extremely beneficial to have my classmates read my creative work. Most of them gave helpful comments and showed me where I could work on my writing and storytelling. I loved the class discussion. It provided many different viewpoints.
Learning about stylistic techniques was helpful
The option of writing a comic was very valuable because it provides another creative writing outlet that has many different sort of aspects from writing prose. Group discussion was valuable as well and it was very interesting to hear the different takes on the same story.
David Maine's wisdom and guidance on personal writing and ways to interpret literature and comics. I really thought the inclusion of comics as a source of creative writing was a dynamic and extremely helpful new method of evaluation of both presentation of material and content. Syntax and semantics are given new meaning when viewed through a new light. Very interesting, very rewarding.
I learned a lot about my writing, and writing in general. David Maine was very knowledgeable and had nice insight to things I've never thought of.
The weekly readings, including stories by published authors as well as classmates. Receiving feedback on three stories and learning how to critique my own and others' writing.
Definitely the class discussions, which obviously made up the the class itself entirely. Being able to freely speak and voice opinions and matters in relation to the reading content was very liberating. But, the humor aspect of this course was also very valuable.
Lots of terrifying group discussions.
11. Which aspects of the course were least valuable?
Not necessarily least valuable, but the cost of the class really could've been stated in the syllabus. Not that it cost more than had we needed another textbook, but there was mass printing involved that would've benefited had the class been alerted ahead of time (This is on top of the costs of the two textbooks that we needed).
I wish i could have produced more for the class, maybe on a smaller scale--shorter papers mixed in with the three main ones. printing out stories for the entire class was really hard as well, i spent in total about 30 dollars for all my papers.
All valuable.
If I had to pick the least valuable aspect of the course, I would have to pick the weaker stories we read from the anthology and the comic book. Many of those stories were confusing and needed more information to make sense. There were some times in class when we skipped over a few stories completely because nobody understood them. We probably could have done without those. On the other hand, it helps to see what styles of writing and/or artwork do not work very well (but then again, why were they selected for the anthologies?).
the comics
We only focused on creative writing from the last year. I would've like to have gone beyond that because there are some really fantastic short stories and graphic short stories from the past that we could've learned a lot from. I would've liked it if it was an enforced requirement for classmates to comment on the work. I got back several of my papers that were blank. It was disappointing because I put a lot of effort into commenting on my classmates' work. I think it would be informative and helpful to include some theoretical or critical reading or something like that about creative writing. Like writing about creative writing, instead of just creative writing.
None
I don't think we should be so heavily graded on our group discussion participation unless each student is actually given a good opportunity to have their say. There are just some people who have the gift of gab and some who are very shy...and if the verbal people are always talking, it is nearly impossible for others to jump in.
The small classroom was kind of uncomfortable. The course itself had no flaws.
Everything was good in my book.
none, all aspects were needed.
The room sucked noodles. Cramped, no air conditioning, and it was brown.
12. Ten years from now I'll probably remember this course most by ...
Professor, classmates, and maybe some of the stories that stuck/struck me.
the eccentric conversations and witty remarks.
The coolest literature professor. Ill remember the first day of class, and he walked into the class with his wavy blondish brown hair and asked us if this is English 313. Fun class.
The class discussions and getting comfortable with my classmates and professor. I really like how David treated all of us like his equals and we just relaxed during the first fifteen minutes of class getting to know each other. This has been my most enjoyable class to date and I will remember all the fun times.
great discussions, class cohesiveness and friendliness, enthusiastic teacher
interesting question. I will probably remember my cool and crazy teacher with long hair and a mustache. I think I will also remember the stories I wrote. I worked very hard on them! And I dug deep and tried to make them the best I could. I'm proud of the work I did. And subconsciously I will hopefully remember what I learned about what makes a successful short story.
The teacher and short stories.
the fun discussions I participated in and the hilarious places they led to
The great short stories and comics that everyone wrote.
Some of the funniest, but at the same time very thought provoking class discussions I have ever had in a class. Maine has the ability to get everyone talking, respectfully and critically, and it's fun.
David Maine's sense of humor, and how close i got to students in a college class.
leading a workshop discussion. It is not easy to make fourteen 313 students talk for 1 hour, even when poop is a recurring motif in the stories at hand. the realization that people like HAPPY endings.
the way it was so liberating. This course was without a doubt one of the most memorable of all the courses i have taken. I will remember all the laughs(and knowledge) we shared. I will never look at books(or comics) the same again(in a good way). Friendly atmospheres are hard to come by in the class room, this i will not forget.
Flaunting my publish works.
13. The instructor puts material across in an interesting way.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.67 6 0.52 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (33%) 8 (80%)
14. The instructor appears to have a thorough knowledge of the subject.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.67 6 0.52 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (33%) 9 (90%)
15. The instructor is skillful in observing student reactions.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
5.0 6 0.0 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (20%) 6 (100%)
16. How can the instructor improve the teaching of this course?
Seems to have a pretty good system of rotating workload and what not. Seems to have a good system down.
perhaps a few individual workshops with the student after each story, although i got some idea of what he thought of my work, i wanted to know more about how to improve and really take my writing to the next level.
Keep believing in himself.
Hmm, if I had to choose one thing, I would say that sometimes we get carried away with the attendance/talking story portion of the class. Sometimes we would start 20-25 minutes after class officially starts. I actually don't mind this very much because it helps the student leading the class that day in case they don't have a lot of discussion questions (haha).
maybe revising after getting feedback
A difference I noticed between David Maine and my other English professors is that my other professors try to be very objective, even overly objective. And David Maine maybe attempted to be objective, but it was often clear what his views were about creative writing and what works and what doesn't. I didn't mind this too much, but sometimes I felt my opinions were shut down.
See other comment.
This course is great as is. I would like to take a course from Maine that deals with longer fiction, as I think he would be a crucial element to improving students' creative writing.
Possible one on one critiques of works and recommendations on how to correct writing errors on your papers may be valuable for students in the future.
Yes, maybe get everyone more involved.
My only suggestion would be to allow students to workshop more than 3 original stories. I even considered forcing a dual narrative upon 2 separate stories just so I could get more feedback. It didn't work. Maybe 3 could be the standard but students could be allowed to submit one or two more.
Honestly i'm not to sure. the course is pretty great the way it is.
Shave his beard and grow out his eyebrows
17. What did you find most valuable and helpful about the instructor?
Insightful and knowledgeable, but did not seem condescending on the students for having this insight, knowledge, and position of being the professor. He has great humor where it seems sincere to those who he project it to, while listening and even discipling with sincerity.
he was really insightful, knew a lot about the stories we talked about and really knew how a story worked in parts and as a whole.
Everything.
He was very funny and liked to make a lot of jokes. He also listened to each of us and gave us individual feedback, which was very helpful. He has good taste in the kind of feedback we should be giving each other (e.g., talk about good stuff first, then the things we can improve on), the subject matter and language that would be appropriate (setting our limits but being very open to almost everything else), and basically keeping us in line. I suppose the most valuable and helpful thing about David is that he has a good attitude toward his students and he wants to see us succeed. He doesn't try to force his opinions on us and encourages us to form our own.
enthusiastic, encouraging, makes you think deeper
David Maine created a really friendly and community vibe in the classroom. It made me want to come to class and be prepared so I could join in on the conversation! I felt that David Maine cared about me and the other students. I liked that we were totally encouraged to talk. He did know his stuff and he was humorous. The approach to class was different and I learned a lot about the nuances that make short stories strong.
His approach was useful because it's unlike any English class I've had before where knowledge of the author was important.
He was very open minded and gave constructive criticism.
Down to earth, sense of humor, passionate about the subject and students' understanding, with an ability to discuss the intricate minutiae that makes writing powerful with the precision of a surgeon.
His unique perspective has allowed me to analyze works of writing in a new way that I hadnt previously done.
He's makes you feel comfortable in class with his humor and openness, so its easier to talk freely.
His approachability, practical knowledge of writing, and openness to genre. During the semester I asked Professor Maine 347 questions, and he answered almost all of them. His published work is also relevant to me as a reader and writer. I am not a huge fan of comics but his incorporation of them into the class readings was extremely insightful. It also gave me ideas to use in prose. Professor Maine also encouraged the class to write in various genres. His approach allowed me to experiment with contrasting styles, literary devices, and ultimately led me to read a wider variety of writers. It was also great to know that, if we wrote something well, we were not expected to repeat the same format but with different characters.
He was very, i mean extraordinarily, well versed in the content of this material and everything this course stands for(creative writing). He has helped me to see things in stories that I would otherwise not have seen on my own. His feedback on our assignments was incredibly well thorough. Whats amazing is that he was able to see things in my own work that I myself could not see. This makes me feel very good about my own writing.
His hair
18. What did you find least valuable and helpful about the instructor?
Not sure. I left this class with a great impression of him as at least an instructor.
Its all good.
I wouldn't mind more mini-lectures or advice from David Maine! They are very interesting and help us learn more about the creative writing process.
just shy of being too overbearing sometimes grading is unclear and completely unknown
The subjectivity.
None
I think he could have been a little less harsh on some of the comic drawings because we are not artists.
Nothing.
I thought that instead of working in a large group for the entire semester, Professor Maine could have split us up into smaller groups to get more personal suggestions for improvement on my papers.
?
nothing was least valuable or least helpful
Lack of pet frogs
19. My overall evaluation of this instructor is....
Great, and someone I'd recommend.
Awesome teacher, would love to take more of his classes in the future. really loved the layout of his class and the energy he puts into discussions. he dissects stories from the sentence as small parts and then as a whole, which really gets us in deep with how creative writing works.
Relaxed, funny, and overall original.
Extremely positive! I wish I could take another course from him, but I'm graduating this semester! I would highly recommend him to my friends, though.
great teacher if you can participate, makes you think, helpful critique of work
He is an effective teacher and I would want to take another class from him.
He's awesome.
He is a very good creative writing instructor and brings up interesting topics.
A rare gift to students. A valuable component in improving students' writing--we all got better. We were also proud of our progress, and every class contained a powerful discussion, that was hilarious at times, but also incredibly conducive to learning. The English Department needs more like David Maine, no offense to other teachers, but very few come close to his abiltiy.
He demonstrates a professional understanding of writing I didn't get the feeling that he was making me a better writer. I felt like my analyzing of writings has changed but I would have liked to exit the class feeling as though my writing have improved prior to the class.
Smart, fuuny, qualified.
out of 3 creative writing professors I have taken at UHManoa, Professor Maine has been the exception in terms of knowledge, organization of the course, and the creation of a comfortable workshop environment. he should have been hired.
Extraordinary Professor. Throughout my entire educational, he will be, without a doubt, one of the most influential and remembered professors. He has created a very comfortable atmosphere to be around. His humor is matched by no other professor. Very unique, wise, and intelligent individual.
The most exciting, horrifying, creepy, genuinely honest man ever met.
20. The assigned readings were instrumental in the development of my knowledge of the subject matter.
Mean N-Size Std Dev   Strongly Disagree   Disagree   Neutral   Agree   Strongly Agree  
4.83 6 0.41 Freq(%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 1 (17%) 5 (83%)
21. Other comments:
Someone classmates and myself would recommend to others looking to take creative writing, especially if doing so to get published in a popular sector.
Nope.
Keep doing what you're doing! I hope you enjoyed teaching us as much as we enjoyed learning with/from you! :)
fun interesting class, learned a lot thanks for creating comfortable environment great class, will miss it and everyone
David Maine should teach a class to help aspiring novelists focus their ideas.
None
cool dude.
Keep teaching. There are many students who would benefit from having a seat in one of your courses.