two courses, 14.6% (n=7) had taken three to four courses, and 22.9% (n= 1) had taken
more than four courses in the subject area.
Class F
The faculty member who taught Class F was a 46 year-old female who had taught
11 years at the University of Florida. Previous to that, she had worked as a dietician for 7
years and conducted some educational programs.
There were 150 students enrolled in Class F of which 115 participated. The
majority of the course was female (69.6%, n=80). Class F students had a mode age of 21
years old (43.5%, n=50). Of the respondents, juniors made up the majority (58.3%, n=67)
of Class F with seniors constituting 33.0% (n=38). Also enrolled in Class F were six
sophomores (5.2%) and four freshmen (3.5%). Respondents reported 1.7% (n=2) had
taken no courses, 29.6% (n=34) had taken one to two courses, 44.3% (n=51) had taken
three to four courses, and 24.3% (n=28) had taken more than four courses in the subject
area relevant to Class F.
Class G
The faculty member who taught Class G was a 35 year-old female. She had taught
five years in her current position at the University of Florida, eight years tutoring student
athletes, and two years as a cooperative extension agent.
Class G enrollment consisted of 110 students of which 85 agreed to participate.
Most of the respondents in Class G were female (81.2%, n=69). Eleven respondents did
not answer the question regarding demographics. Class G students reported a mode age
of 21 years old (34.1%, n=29). Class G respondents were 57.6% (n=49) juniors, 30.6%
(n=26) seniors, and 11.8% (n=10) sophomores. Students were asked how many courses
were taken in the subject area respective of Class G. Respondents reported 2.4% (n=2)