18. For your current course where do you spend the most time learning aspects of mathematical logic? Rank the options listed in question below in order of hours spent.

18. For your current course where do you spend the most time learning aspects of mathematical logic? Rank the options listed in question below in order of hours spent. *(required)

1 (Most important)

2

3

4

5

6 (Least important)

Lectures/classroom teaching

Rate Lectures/classroom teaching as 1 (Most important)

Rate Lectures/classroom teaching as 2

Rate Lectures/classroom teaching as 3

Rate Lectures/classroom teaching as 4

Rate Lectures/classroom teaching as 5

Rate Lectures/classroom teaching as 6 (Least important)

20. Of the types of material identified in the previous question consider the format(s) you thought the most unhelpful. Why did you find them unhelpful? Please include details of conceptual difficulties/problematic learning materials/insufficient example problems.

Contribution to learning

21. Rank the items below in order of their contribution to your understanding of mathematical logic. Items should be ranked between 1 and 5.

21. Rank the items below in order of their contribution to your understanding of mathematical logic. Items should be ranked between 1 and 5. *(required)

1 (Lowest)

2

3

4

5 (Highest)

Clarity of existing learning materials

Rate Clarity of existing learning materials as 1 (Lowest)

Rate Clarity of existing learning materials as 2

Rate Clarity of existing learning materials as 3

Rate Clarity of existing learning materials as 4

Rate Clarity of existing learning materials as 5 (Highest)

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Mathematical logic and your current course