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Student Evaluations

I believe that student input is a very important indicator of faculty teaching performance. I carefully examine all of the feedback that students give me both in class and through evaluations. Student evaluations provide me with a way to learn about students perceptions of my teaching effectiveness. Below you can download in PDF format the complete and unedited student evaluations from courses that I have taught at Concord University, Syracuse University and the University of Cincinnati. I have provided summary qualitative charts from my classes with comparisons to the department or university scores as applicable. If numbers are not your thing, there are also Selected Student Comments below.


Concord University


Student Evaluation Score Summary
Department of Sociology

For the courses I have taught at Concord University, I have a mean score of 9.12 on a 10-point scale for student evaluations, compared to the university's 8.75 and 8.96 for the Division of Social Sciences.

Summary of Alecea Standlee's Concord University Student Course Evaluation Scores Table

Concord University does not return the original course evaluations. Instead they provide a detailed summary of the student evaluations from each course as well as comparisons to the university and the division scores. I have provided those documents to download in PDF format.

Download Concord University Quantitative Summary Fall 2015 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsStudent Evaluations - Quantitative
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2015

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Download Concord University Quantitative Summary Fall 2014 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsStudent Evaluations - Quantitative
Fall 2014


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Fall 2012

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Fall 2015

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Student Evaluations - Qualitative
Spring 2015

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Fall 2014

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Spring 2014

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Fall 2013

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Fall 2012



Syracuse University


Student Evaluation Score Summary
Department of Sociology

For the ten sociology courses I taught at Syracuse, I had a mean score of 4.57 compared to 4.20 for the department, based on the evaluations’ 5-point scale. Below is the overall scores based on the end of term evaluations for SU courses in which I was the instructor.

Summary of Alecea Standlee's Student Course Evaluation Scores Table

I have provided the original and unedited student evaluations from my teaching at Syracuse University. Each is available for download in PDF format.

Download SOC 319 Qualitative Methods Spring 2012 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 319: Qualitative Methods
Spring 2012

Download SOC 101 Intro to Sociology Spring 2011 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 101: Intro to Sociology
Spring 2011

Download SOC 319 Qualitative Methods Summer 2010 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 319: Qualitative Methods
Summer 2010

Download SOC 305 Sex and Gender Fall 2009 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 305: Sex and Gender
Fall 2009

Download SOC 281 Sociology of Family Spring 2009 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 281: Sociology of Family
Spring 2009

Download SOC 281 Sociology of Family Summer 2011 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 281: Sociology of Family
Summer 2011

Download SOC 101 Intro to Sociology Fall 2010 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 101: Intro to Sociology
Fall 2010

Download SOC 319 Qualitative Methods Spring 2010 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 319: Qualitative Methods
Spring 2010

Download SOC 102 Social Problems Summer 2009 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 102: Social Problems
Summer 2009

Download SOC 319 Qualitative Methods Summer 2008 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsSOC 319: Qualitative Methods
Summer 2008


University of Cincinnati


Below are three sets of student evaluations from teaching Introduction to Women's Studies at the University of Cincinnati. They are presented complete and unedited for the foundational course offered on a trimester schedule. The university did not provide quantitative summaries or comparisons.

Download WMST 241 Intro Women Studies Winter 2006 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsWMST 241: Intro Women Studies
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Download WMST 241 Intro Women Studies Winter 2005 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsWMST 241: Intro Women Studies
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Download WMST 241 Intro Women Studies Fall 2005 Alecea Standlee's Student EvaluationsWMST 241: Intro Women Studies
Fall 2005


Selected Student Comments


About the Professor

"Excellent course, great setup, great professor who actually cares.” Sociology of Families

“Dr. Standlee is a great professor. This is the second semester I’ve had her and I’ve never been disappointed. She is always helpful and will explain things a million times if she needs to.” Qualitative Research Methods

"Interesting material, knowledgeable professor who is always available to help, good environment overall." Gender, Space and Place

"Very knowledgeable, great attitude. Never an issue to ask questions and interact with.” Social Psychology

“She was very nice and the class was based around learning the material instead of just making the class difficult with busy work.” Sociology of the Law

“Very accessible, understandable, amicable, one of the best professors at Concord.” Sociology of Gender

“The professor is extremely helpful and understanding. She really makes sure students grasp the info she is providing.” Qualitative Research Methods 

“Knew how to get students motivated and to understand the material, also helped us to be aware of the complex work and made sure we were comfortable with the material.” Social Problems 

"The professor was always very encouraging and didn't make us feel as though we weren't doing well even if the material was hard at times. You have the encouragement part that a lot of professors don't have, that makes students want to succeed. You are an awesome professor." Introduction to Sociology

"Alecea is a great professor. This is the second semester I've had her and I've never been disappointed. She is always helpful and will explain things a million times if she needs to." Qualitative Research Methods

"Excellent course, great setup, great professor who actually cares." Sociology of Families

"Professor was really informed about our topics/material. I learned so much new material." Sociology of Families

"Alecea is a great professor who is thoughtful and actually cares about her students." Qualitative Research Methods


About the Class

“The ethical guidelines were very important and I loved how this course gave a practical approach in conducting interview and research.” Qualitative Research Methods

“Easy to read notes and power points, a structured reading schedule, proper exam preparation and a keen ability to convey information in an understandable/interesting way.” Introduction to Sociology

“The warm-up exercises like the first set of field notes and first interview really helped me get started on my final [research] portfolio.” Qualitative Research Methods

“The writing assignments allowed us to get in depth about the topics we covered.” Introduction to Sociology

“The group discussions were great. Everybody participated.” Introduction to Sociology

“I like the in class discussions. I liked that it was not strictly lecture and the class provided feedback.” Sociology of Families

“Great knowledge, encourages open discussion of topics, makes the content interesting.” Popular Culture and Social Movements

“Interesting material. Important information. Clear, easy to understand instructor. Text serves to illustrate lectures and not vice versa. Good text.” Sociology of Law

"The ethical guidelines were very important and I loved how this course gave a practical approach in conducting interview and research." Qualitative Researcg Methods

"The writing assignments allowed us to get in depth about the topics we covered." Introduction to Sociology

"The open discussions gave me a new way of thinking." Introduction to Sociology

"The warm-up exercises like the first set of field notes and first interview really helped me get started on my final [research] portfolio." Qualitative Research Methods

"The group discussions were great. Everybody participated." Introduction to Sociology

 "I thought the class was extremely well organized and Professor Standlee was a great teacher. Very knowledgeable." Introduction to Sociology


Student Experience

“She did a great job explaining the material and kept the class interested. I enjoyed coming to class and having group discussions.” Introduction to Sociology

“I have really enjoyed this course with Dr. Standlee! She has made it enjoyable yet very educational! She knows the subject very well and never strayed from the topic at hand.” Introduction to Sociology

“I like the class discussions. There was no pressure while I was speaking. It was a comfortable environment.” Sociology of the Family“One of the best classes I’ve had. Talks about important issues in the world. Gets students involved (even shy ones) with material and in the class.” Social Problems

“I liked how we discussed a variety of prevalent issues (ie: race, class, sexuality), that made the class interesting and relevant. Prof. Standlee did a great job of engaging students. Its clear she is passionate about her field and that sparks interest and participation from the class.” Introduction to Sociology

“Great at explaining material to students well enough to multilingual students.” Social Psychology 


Critiques

“Spent too much time focusing on the science and social theories. She didn’t let students give their personal opinions without asking them to support them with facts.” Introduction to Sociology

“Sometimes I was confused when it was hard, but I just FELT like I learned so much.” Social Problems

“I hate taking notes but I loved the class so I do it without complaint.” Popular Culture and Social Movements

“I don’t like that the assignments are writing papers.” Popular Culture and Social Movements

“I liked everything in the bigger textbook because it was easy to understand, but I didn’t like the Classical readings. Dr. Standlee explained them well but it was hard to read.” Introduction to Sociology

“Too much small group work. I hate group work.” Introduction to Sociology

“The course is depressing. The instructor handled it well, though.” Social Problems

“Give us a study guide.” Introduction to Sociology

“We were sleepy. She is too full of energy!” Introduction to Sociology

astandlee@concord.edu • Concord University • (304) 384-6054