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AC 2007-2868: AN ANALYSIS OF MULTI-YEAR STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRE DATA FROM A SOFTWARE ENGINEERING COURSE
 

Summary: AC 2007-2868: AN ANALYSIS OF MULTI-YEAR STUDENT QUESTIONNAIRE
DATA FROM A SOFTWARE ENGINEERING COURSE
Valentin Razmov, University of Washington
Valentin Razmov is an avid teacher, interested in methods to assess and improve the effectiveness
of teaching and learning. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science and Engineering at the
University of Washington (Seattle), expected to graduate in 2007. Valentin received his M.Sc. in
Computer Science from UW in 2001 and, prior to that, a B.Sc. with honors in Computer Science
from Sofia University (Bulgaria) in 1998.
American Society for Engineering Education, 2007
An Analysis of Multi-Year Student Questionnaire Data
from a Software Engineering Course
1. Introduction
Improving student learning has been a long-standing goal of educators across all disciplines. To
improve effectively and methodically, one needs to know what works well (and needs to be
sustained) and what does not work well (and may benefit from changing). In a classroom
environment, the two direct stakeholders, instructors and students, can both provide valuable
perspectives on how things are going.
This paper presents an analysis of an extensive set of feedback data provided by students across
8 academic terms for an undergraduate introductory course in software engineering, taught at a
large US public university. The feedback was gathered via end-of-term course-specific

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences