Independent Study Survey by rxk45T

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									                                Sahana Independent Study Survey
This is an anonymous survey intended to assess student learning and satisfaction with the Sahana
Independent Study course. Your participation in this effort will not affect your grade in any way
and no effort will be made to match surveys with participants.

Background:
1. I took this course for credit (Y/N):

2. Gender (M/F):

3. Year in school (F,S,J,Sr):

4. What grade do you expect to receive in this course?


5. Describe your technical background when you entered the course:




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Learning – Open Questions:
6. What was your motivation for taking the course? Why did you decide to take the course?




7. Describe the top three things that you learned in the course. Provide explanation.




8. How much do you feel that you have learned about software engineering/software
development?




9. Describe the top three roadblocks to learning that you encountered in the course.
Learning – Topics:
For each of the topics listed below, please indicate the degree of learning that you feel you
received in the course:
                       Topic                       None       A        Some       A           A
                                                            Little               Lot     Significant
                                                              Bit                         Amount
10.Software Requirements: Definition of
what a software product should be or do.
11. Software Design: Process of defining the
architecture, components, interfaces and other
characteristics of a system.
12. Software Construction: Creation of
useful software through the process of coding,
verification, unit testing, and debugging.
13. Software Testing: Dynamic verification
of the behavior of a software product on a
finite set of test cases.
14. Software Maintenance: Coding after
initial deployment to correct coding errors,
enhance the functionality of the software, and
perfect the functioning of the software.
15. Software Configuration Management:
Systematically controlling changes to
configurations of software and maintaining
the integrity and traceability of changes
(CVS).
16. Software Engineering Management:
Organizing and managing resources in such a
way that the resources deliver all the work
required to complete a software project within
defined scope, time, and cost constraints.
17. Software Engineering Process:
Definition, implementation, assessment,
measurement, management, change and
improvement of the steps taken to develop a
software product.
18. Software Engineering Tools and
Methods: Tools and methods used to develop
a software product.
19. Software Quality: Process of ensuring the
quality of the product across all phases and
deliverables.

20. What did you learn that is not covered in the above topics? Explain.
Satisfaction:
Please indicate your level of agreement with each of the statements below by circling your
response.
21. I have a high level of interest in the course subject matter.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

22. The subject matter of this course is highly relevant to my future career plans.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

23. I have a high level of experience in the course subject matter.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

24. I like the mix of theoretical learning combined with hands-on application of the subject
matter.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

25. The pace of the course was too fast.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

26. The pace of the course was too slow.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

27. I am very satisfied with my learning experience in this course.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

28. Overall, I am very satisfied with this course.

strongly disagree     disagree         neutral        agree       strongly agree

Please provide any other feedback or suggestions regarding the learning that you experienced in
the course that has not been covered above.

								
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