In addition to open-ended testimony from students — and for those of us who are quantitively-minded — I have included some of my numerical evaluations. As with the student testimonials in the Qualitative Student Review page, these begin with the most recent reviews.

American Political Systems (Salve Regina University, FA 2016)

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Political Science Honors Seminar (Brown University, FA 2015 – SP 2016)

In Brown’s numerical review system, lower scores indicate better performance. For the charts below, please use the following key:

  1. Strongly Agree
  2. Agree
  3. Somewhat Agree
  4. Disagree
  5. Strongly Disagree

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Compiles Reviews as Teaching Assistant (Brown University, FA 2012 – SP 2015)

The graph below shows my overall reviews, as compared to other TAs in the Political Science department. One important note: when the green bar below dips into negative values, this indicates beating the TA average. Again, in Brown’s system 1 (one) represents the best performance, and 5 (five) is poor.

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