Cambodia's Development in Historical and Political Perspective class evaluation
To evaluate this course taught by Sutthirat Supaparinya and Adam Dedman, please fill the form below.
Semester you took this course
Below are a series of statements. Please respond by clicking the circle you feel most reflects your experience in this course.
The course fulfilled the objectives set out in the syllabus
I feel like I am more knowledgeable about the Khmer Rouge legacy and contemporary political and social issues in Cambodia
The content was presented at a level which could readily be understood
The material presented had practical relevance to my observations of culture and society in Cambodia
Allowed sufficient time to complete homework assignments
There was opportunity for individual class participation
Course readings helped reinforce learning
The teaching methods used helped me learn effectively
The course excursions to NGOs, videos, and guest speakers were relevant and engaging
The instructor knows his subject thoroughly
The instructor achieved a good rapport with students
The course satisfied my own academic needs and expectations
The assignments were interesting and helped me to articulate what I learned inside and outside of class
I felt prepared for the writing assignments and presentations
The feedback provided for written assignments was helpful to my learning
Which aspects of the course worked well?
Feedback on Phnom Penh architecture tour.
Feedback on Cambodian contemporary art talk with Lyno Vuth.
Feedback on excursion to Thai temples, artists' studios and galleries.
Feedback on excursion to Cambodian artists' studios and galleries.
Feedback on guest lecture by author of Hun Sen's Cambodia book (Sebastian Strangio)
Feedback on guest lecture about Cambodian politics with Prof. Pou Sovachana
Feedback on visit to Equitable Cambodia to learn about land grabbing in Cambodia
Feedback on guest lecture about LGBTI people in Cambodia with Srun Srorn and CamASEAN
Would you recommend this course to other students? Please outline your reasons.
How could the course be improved?
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