Summary of Teaching and Course Evaluations

I take pride in my course evaluations, and work diligently to improve as an educator. The following are various ratings and evaluations that I have accumulated since I started teaching. If you are interested in the full evaluations, please contact me. If it looks like a duplicate exists, its because I taught the same course with multiple sections.

 

The following ratings represent a summary of evaluations based on student's responses. For Washington State University, values can range from 1 to 5, with one representing "poor" and five representing "outstanding."

 

The following ratings represent a summary of evaluations based on student's responses. For Pennsylvania State University, values can range from 1 to 7, with one representing "poor" and seven representing "outstanding."

 

Class averages are given, and evaluations are ranked in descending order (from best to worst).

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Pennsylvania State University (out of 7.0)

Rating                         Course and Semester

   6.50          Intermediate Microeconomics, Spring 2015

   6.24          Principles of Microeconomics, Spring 2017

   6.20          Principles of Microeconomics, Fall 2016

   6.04          Principles of Microeconomics, Summer 2016

   5.92          Labor Economics, Fall 2015

   5.90          Labor Economics, Fall 2014

   5.82          Principles of Microeconomics, Fall 2015

   5.73          Principles of Microeconomics, Fall 2014

   5.71          Labor Economics, Fall 2016

   5.69          Labor Economics, Fall 2016

   5.64          Principles of Microeconomics, Spring 2015

   5.32          Labor Economics, Spring 2016

   5.28          Labor Economics, Spring 2017

   5.13          Labor Economics, Spring 2015

   4.38          Labor Economics, Fall 2015

 

 

Washington State University (out of 5.0)

Rating                         Course and Semester

   4.83          Economics of Sports in America, Summer 2012

   4.63          Sports Economics & Finance (Graduate level), Fall 2013

   4.62          Fundamentals of Microeconomics, Fall 2012

   4.58          Economics of Sports in America, Spring 2014

   4.55          Economics of Sports in America, Summer 2013

   4.50          Sports Economics & Finance (Graduate level), Fall 2014

   4.33          Sports Economics & Finance (Graduate Level), Spring 2016

   4.32          Economics of Sports in America, Spring 2013 

   3.58          Economics of Sports in America, Fall 2013

 

By the Numbers

2 universities

5 subjects

25 total courses

2,475 students

Jadrian Wooten, PhD

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