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Appalachian State University
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Elaine Gray

Professor in the First Year Seminar department

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Dr. Gray was a wonderful teacher. She tried to make Freshman Seminar fun. WE did some out of class activities that were great. The tests come straight from the book, so make sure that you read the chapter's that she assigns.
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Very, very dedicated! A very nice lady, will always helpful, super nice. Wants to get to know you! Take her, she's very nice! She is also very organized. She likes to give out a lot of work, but it's managable and very easy.
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great teacher. class was kind of boring at times and attendance was mandatory. no tests or quizzes, just lots of small papers to write and articles to read. i got to know her pretty well during class because she loves class discussions. our class even went to see a play together.
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Consciousness was a good seminar...I recommend it! There is a weekly journal and reading notes most weeks, but it those can be done really quickly. A couple of other assignments, but most everything is self-reflective and requires no research. The subject presents some very interesting topics, …more so it's fun to learn about. less
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Dr. Gray is a very nice and dedicated teacher. If you need any clarification for your work, she will take her time and help you. Her classes are fun and the work is very easy. She's a great teacher who actually cares about her student. Don't think twice about taking her class.
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Dr. Gray is an absolutely amazing teacher. So kind and caring to everyone and very passionate about her class. Each class is very engaging. Attendance is mandatory. No tests, just a few papers and projects. Her class was incredible!
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Dr. Gray is an amazing teacher I reccomend this class to everyone. The subject is really interesting!There are no test or quizes just reading notes, journals, and a couple papers. Attendance is mandatory but dont worry you will want to show up!! :)
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This class is a freshman seminar class that required me to do more work then any other class. It was a long class to sit through and I felt overwhelmed everyday.
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This class was very interesting. There is a lot of work BUT you do learn a lot from it. I gained so much knowledge in this class. I would recommend this class to anyone willing to take on the work and someone who wants to learn.
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I had more work in this class than any other class that I took. She made it a lot more difficult than it needed to be. The classes just took forever and I was so bored i had to drag myself there every day. She was not clear on instructions and was not willing to help at all
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Professor qualifications determine the quality of education students get at a university. Thus, student reviews of professors are an essential part of choosing an institution to attend. Here, you can find a number of student reviews on the work and skills of Elaine Gray, a Professor in the First Year Seminar department at Appalachian State University. The university is located in North Carolina, USA. The institution requires professionalism from its teaching staff and regular training courses attendance to maintain a high level of educational skills.

This university professor has received 18 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 15 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 3 comments find the skills of Elaine Gray lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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