Student Evaluations (Summer 2015)

Instructor: Nathalie Al-Zyoud
Institution: George Washington University, The Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration
Course Title: Introduction to Basic Mediation: transforming conflict into collaboration
Course Number: PPPA 6077.10
Dates: 6/06/2015 and 6/13/2015
Course time: S 0900-1700


Number of students: 10



Evaluation Summary

The instructor was knowledgeable about the subject matter100%

The instructor was easy to interact with90%

The instructor completed all course modules in a timely manner90%

I am satisfied with the quality of the course90%

I would recommend Nathalie Al-Zyoud as an instructor90%




Student Feedback

Great course. I was skeptical of mediation beforehand, but now I trust in the model for certain types of conflicts."

"Enjoyed the course and layout, mix of listening and practice."

"Excellent class, very engaging and important subject matter."

"Instructor was very knowlegeable and great to work with. Highly recommend the course."

"I greatly appreciated Ms. Al-Zyoud's openness to questions. She provided helpful tools and created an environment in which it was easy to learn."

"Excellent course. Very applicable. Perfect balance of group activities and lecture. Thank you!"

"Great course! The practical skills I learned are easily applicable to all facets of my life (e.g. personnal, professional, academic relationships as well as with strangers). Other courses, while all valuable, apply to specific areas of life and one must figure out what lesson to use, when and where. Also, the professor was accessible, knowledgeable, competent, sensitive and overall a real pleasure to learn from."




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