Adamson, David

Adamson, David

Office:

ATC-206-B

Telephone:

903-983-8634

E-mail:

dadamson@kilgore.edu

Assoc. Department:

Associate Degree Nursing

Academic Degrees:

MS, Nursing, The University of Texas at Tyler
BS, Nursing, The University of Texas at Tyler
AD, Nursing, Garden City Community College
MEd, Education, Seattle Pacific University
BS, Biology, Seattle Pacific University

Add'l Qualifications:

RN License, Texas Board of Nurse Examiners
1990-2008, RN-IMC (PRN), Laird Hospital
1985-1990, RN-ICU & Home Health, Laird Hospital

Instructor Evaluation Results for Adamson, David (Adamson, David):

 

Strongly Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

Total

Count % Count % Count % Count % Count Mean

1.

The instructor is well prepared for classes/lessons.

84

44.0%

101

52.9%

6

3.1%

0

0.0%

191

4.41

2.

The instructor clearly communicates ideas.

73

38.6%

95

50.3%

13

6.9%

8

4.2%

189

4.23

3.

The instructor stimulates intellectual curiosity.

75

39.9%

97

51.6%

12

6.4%

4

2.1%

188

4.29

4.

The instructor demonstrates a knowledge of the subject matter.

105

54.7%

83

43.2%

3

1.6%

1

0.5%

192

4.52

5.

The instructor makes available learning outcomes in the class syllabus.

99

52.4%

79

41.8%

9

4.8%

2

1.1%

189

4.46

6.

The instructor’s use of technology improved my understanding of course material.

72

39.8%

89

49.2%

13

7.2%

7

3.9%

181

4.25

7.

The instructor uses assignments to increase understanding of subject matter.

85

45.2%

84

44.7%

15

8.0%

4

2.1%

188

4.33

8.

The instructor provides adequate and timely feedback on assignments and exams.

101

52.9%

86

45.0%

4

2.1%

0

0.0%

191

4.51

9.

The instructor gives tests which cover course content.

81

44.3%

85

46.4%

13

7.1%

4

2.2%

183

4.33

10.

The instructor exhibits enthusiasm for teaching.

81

44.3%

85

46.4%

11

6.0%

6

3.3%

183

4.32

11.

The instructor generates a class atmosphere which promotes learning.

78

42.4%

92

50.0%

10

5.4%

4

2.2%

184

4.33

12.

The instructor is receptive to questions and comments from students.

106

55.2%

80

41.7%

3

1.6%

3

1.6%

192

4.51

13.

The instructor challenges students to develop ideas based on course material.

82

44.6%

87

47.3%

12

6.5%

3

1.6%

184

4.35

14.

The instructor demonstrates fairness when dealing with students.

118

61.8%

72

37.7%

1

0.5%

0

0.0%

191

4.61

15.

I am satisfied with what I learned in this course.

73

38.6%

95

50.3%

15

7.9%

6

3.2%

189

4.24

16.

I value the importance of reading as a necessary part of my college education.

110

57.9%

78

41.1%

1

0.5%

1

0.5%

190

4.56

17.

I took advantage of my instructor’s office hours to resolve questions about subject matter.

63

36.0%

95

54.3%

15

8.6%

2

1.1%

175

4.25

18.

(Answer the optional statement given to you by your instructor, if applicable.)

22

53.7%

19

46.3%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

41

4.54

19.

(Answer the optional statement given to you by your instructor, if applicable.)

21

52.5%

19

47.5%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

40

4.53

 

12+ hours

9-11 hours

7-8 hours

4-6 hours

1-3 hours

Total

Count % Count % Count % Count % Count % Count Mean

20.

To prepare for this class, I studied this many hours per week:

41

21.1%

23

11.9%

56

28.9%

59

30.4%

15

7.7%

194

7.42

Lab Evaluation Results for Adamson, David (Adamson, David):

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree Total
Count % Count % Count % Count % Count Mean

1.

Course content and lab activities followed the syllabus student learning outcomes.

109

63.7%

61

35.7%

1

0.6%

0

0.0%

171

4.63

2.

Activities in lab reinforced concepts studied in lecture.

87

51.8%

68

40.5%

12

7.1%

1

0.6%

168

4.43

3.

The instructor was prepared and presented subject in an organized manner.

97

56.1%

71

41.0%

4

2.3%

1

0.6%

173

4.53

4.

Supplies and equipment were adequate and available for each lab.

99

56.9%

70

40.2%

5

2.9%

0

0.0%

174

4.54

5.

The instructor was familiar with lab techniques and current technology.

98

56.3%

75

43.1%

1

0.6%

0

0.0%

174

4.56

6.

The instructor monitored the laboratory activities and provided feedback during the activities.

104

59.8%

66

37.9%

4

2.3%

0

0.0%

174

4.57

7.

The lab grading system was fully explained to me.

104

60.5%

65

37.8%

3

1.7%

0

0.0%

172

4.59

8.

The instructor had a sufficient number of grades to determine my lab grades.

114

65.5%

60

34.5%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

174

4.66

9.

The method for grading assignments and tests was fair.

111

63.8%

62

35.6%

1

0.6%

0

0.0%

174

4.63

10.

Tests and assignments were returned within a reasonable time.

118

67.8%

56

32.2%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

174

4.68

11.

Lab practicals were an accurate way to measure my knowledge of course material.

103

60.9%

66

39.1%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

169

4.61

12.

The written materials were useful, up-to-date, and understandable.

94

55.0%

74

43.3%

2

1.2%

1

0.6%

171

4.53

13.

The instructor explained and practiced safe lab procedures.

108

62.1%

66

37.9%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

174

4.62

14.

A safe laboratory environment was maintained throughout the semester.

111

63.8%

63

36.2%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

174

4.64

15.

The size of the lab facility was appropriate for adequate instruction.

88

50.9%

80

46.2%

4

2.3%

1

0.6%

173

4.47

16.

The number of students/lab class was appropriate for adequate instruction and maximum learning.

100

57.8%

73

42.2%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

173

4.58

17.

The instructor was accessible during lab.

115

66.1%

59

33.9%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

174

4.66

18.

The instructor generated a class atmosphere which promotes learning.

102

59.0%

69

39.9%

1

0.6%

1

0.6%

173

4.57

19.

The instructor demonstrated fairness in dealing with students.

115

66.1%

57

32.8%

2

1.1%

0

0.0%

174

4.65

20.

I would recommend this lab instructor to another student.

112

65.5%

57

33.3%

1

0.6%

1

0.6%

171

4.64

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