Teaching Evaluations

The following quantitative and qualitative teaching evaluation results are based on student course evaluations given from 2010 to the present for courses taught in-person and online at Florida State University (FSU), Utah State University (USU), and Tallahassee Community College (TCC). As different scoring systems, ranges, and questions were used on the evaluations, the scores have been normalized to range from 1 to 5, with 5 indicating the most positive response or strongest agreement.

While I have taught over forty classes since 2010, the total number of evaluations included in the calculations is lower. At this time I do not have evaluations for a number of in-person courses taught at Florida State University and Tallahassee Community College. The quantitative data is broken up into in-person and online scores in addition to the overall average. The raw data for these calculations are available upon request.

The qualitative data contains representative feedback from a variety of courses at different institutions spanning from 2010 to the present. They demonstrate a consistent approach to teaching that encourages open discussion, the application of critical thinking, and the attention to the needs of each student. The course, semester, and school is noted after the feedback. In addition to student evaluations, faculty classroom observation summaries from courses taught at Tallahassee Community College in Fall 2013 and Fall 2014 are included.

Quantitative Evaluations:

Average In-Person Teaching Evaluation Score: Average Online Teaching Evaluation Score: Average Teaching Evaluation Score:
4.35 3.88 4.04














Qualitative Evaluations: