Course Evaluation Customization Form

Viewing: ITALIC 91, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Berger, Oeler, Tacata, Jenkins, Beil

Learning Goals

Learn to talk well and confidently, in an academic context, about artworks, using fundamental
aesthetic concepts and terms.

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


Engage more intensely, intellectually and practically, with your chosen art forms.
How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


Develop the habit of reflecting on your aesthetic sensibility by regularly asking yourself,
and communicating to others, why you find various artworks, attractive, unattractive, or
indifferent.

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


Experience how, by thoughtfully making and encountering art, we enhance our other modes
of thinking and ways of acting.

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


Course Elements

How useful to you were the field trips?


How useful to you were the guest speakers?


How useful to you were the lectures?


How useful to you was/were the art-making workshops in section?


How useful to you was/were the improv workshop?


Additional Questions

How satisfied were you with opportunities to interact with members of the teaching team outside of lecture?


How much has this quarter in ITALIC deepened your thinking about the arts?


How much did you take advantage of ITALIC mentorships or ITALIC 99 courses to extend your study of the arts at Stanford?


Please comment on your involvement in ITALIC mentorships or ITALIC 99. If you did not sign up for a mentorship or take an ITALIC 99 course, why not?


How has being in ITALIC contributed to your sense of building an intellectual arts community at Stanford?


How often do you explore with your classmates or students outside of class topics raised in ITALIC? Please describe an example.



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