From: "Butkievich, Laura E."
To: "Glaser, Rainer E." Cc: "'email@example.com, '" Subject: Group Dynamic Report Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 23:10:44 -0600 Due to all the group's conflicting time schedules, we were unable to meet very often to study chemistry. We are all very busy, too. We are all the type of people that study better individually, but we still feel that a chemistry group is a good idea. It would have been better if we were all at the same level of studying, which we weren't because of our other class commitments. If we had met in our group more, we would have liked to do more problems togerher concerning reactions and working with the models. On the other hand, it is hard to get the group together in front of the computer to do the online visual aids. As far as lecture goes, we had a hard time concentrating when the notes are already typed. We feel that we would learn more if we were to write them out ourselves. Also, we feel that the absolute grading scale is a good idea, but not when the average is below the scale average. Your teaching style is hard to grasp with class being so large. It is hard to know what to study and also, what to focus on. Group #26 (Mary's Group) Mary Fisher Laura Butkievich Marla Carter Jenny Naegel