Instructor Report
MATH101.14(041)
Abuihlail, J. Y.

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                                                       A. Course Textbook

Title:                 Calculus-- Early Transcendentals
Authors:           Anton, et al
Edition/Year:    7th
 
1. Readability by Students:
 
Clear   Reasonable Poor
2. Introduction of New Concepts
  
Clear Reasonable Poor
3. Objectives
 
Clearly stated  Reasonably stated Vague
4. Presentation
 
Elegant Reasonable Sloppy
5. Visual Illustrations ( figures, graphs, tables )
 
Useful  Reasonable Poor
6. Examples  a. Quantity Numerous Sufficient Insufficient
 b. Variety Large Reasonable Insufficient
 c. Difficulty Appropriate Reasonable Inappropriate
7. Exercises  a. Quantity Numerous Sufficient Insufficient
 b. Variety Large Reasonable Insufficient
 c. Difficulty Appropriate Reasonable Inappropriate
8. Level Appropriate Reasonable Inappropriate
9. If "inappropriate" is selected for 6.c,7.c, or 8, please  explain
         
10. Coverage of Course content >95% 85-95% 75-85%
11. Available support material for the
     textbook

 Availability in the dept.

  Solution Material
Test bank
Instructor guide
e-Pack
Software
Transparencies/Slides
Multimedia
Others, please list
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    

 

                
12. Other features of the textbook (projects, challenging problems,...)
         
13. Student's comments about the textbook.
         
14. Instructor's comments about the textbook.
         
15. Overall rating Excellent Good Poor
16.Do you suggest changing the textbook ?       Yes                       No
    If yes, please state the reasons and alternatives.
         

 

 

B. Course Content
 

 
1. Suggested changes to the catalog description or prerequisites, if any.
         
2. Syllabus to be covered during the given time frame is reasonable.       Yes      No 
             If "No", please explain.
         
3. Suggested changes to the syllabus, if any.
         
4. Useful links on the web. Please give a brief description of each.
         
5. Useful hard or soft material such as references, handouts, notes, tools,...
         
6. Others.
         
 

C. Related to this course, teaching experiences you want to share on:
 

 
1. Motivation Techniques
         
2. Computational and IT activities/tools
         
3. Others (hints, tips, useful ideas and techniques, alternative approaches, students related issues, time
   management, material organization, classroom activities,)
         
 

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