Evaluations

Student Evaluations

Below is a brief overview of reoccurring positive comments and constructive criticism from the students of the two classes I student taught at the English Language Center at Brigham Young University.  The comments I provide on this page are directly from the students’ evaluation forms and have been unedited.

Academic A Writing

English Language Center at Brigham Young University 

  • Academic A Writing is a beginning academic writing class for ELLs studying at the English Language Center.

To view all the student evaluations in their entirety, please click on the link below.  

Natalie Cole Teacher Evaluations

Positive Comments

  • “Friendly; helpful; well-prepared;”
  • “Knowledge of those topics.”
  • “She was prepared, could help us when we had questions and she was patient with us”

Constructive Criticism

  • “Be more confident in herself”
  • “Try to do more activities”
  • “Make it more interesting”

CORE (Community OutReach Education) — Level C

English Language Center at Brigham Young University

  • Level C of this community adult ESL program is the mid-beginning level.

To view all the student evaluations in their entirety, please click on the link below.  

CORE C Teacher Evaluations

Positive Comments

  • “Why do you need change the teachers?  because they are very nice”
  • “We are happy to study here with both of you.  We appreciated your help with us.”

Constructive Criticism 

  • “Do Homework all the time if it posible”
  • “Practice more conversation”

Mentor Evaluations

Below are rubrics and evaluation instruments used during formal observations by my professors and other mentors during the two different classes I student taught.  Click on the images to enlarge them.

CORE (Community OutReach Education) — Level C

Dr. Mark Tanner, Observer

English Language Center at Brigham Young University 

Dr. Tanner ObservationDr. Tanner Observation pg. 2

 

 

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