Anti-Calendar

The Anti-Calendar is a collection of student evaluations of over 700 courses and instructors on the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus. This annual compilation of course evaluations has proven itself to be a valuable resource for students who may be unsure of the courses in which they are registering and for instructors to review their teaching abilities.Online archives beginning from 2014 of the Anti-Calendar are available for your convenience.

METHODOLOGY

To use these evaluations effectively, please read the following methodology: All numbers represent the percentages (%) of respondents.

Enr:
Actual number of students enrolled at the time of the survey.

Resp:
Number of students who responded to the survey.

Retake:
Considering your experience with this course, and disregarding your need for it to meet program or degree requirements, would you still have taken this course?

CATEGORIES

STIMULATING:
Material is stimulating and thought provoking.

EXPLAINS:
Explains concepts clearly and with appropriate use of examples.

ATMOSPHERE:
Instructor was approachable, and created an appropriate learning environment.

MATERIAL:
Course material was relevant and appropriate for the course.

DIFFICULTY:
Compared to other courses at the same level, the level of difficulty of the material is…

LEARNING EXPERIENCE:
The value of the overall learning experience is…

WORKLOAD:
Compared to other courses at the same level, the workload is…

RECOMMEND TO OTHERS:
After taking this course, would recommend to others.

Mean for the Instructor(s):
1 = extremely poor
2 = very poor
3 = adequate
4 = good
5 = outstanding

Questions? Comments? Concerns? Feel free to email vpua@utmsu.ca


Anti Calendar 2014 Edition