8 evaluations Recognizes Student Difficulties: 2.00 Presents Material Clearly: 2.25
5th Year Senior
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He took slides directly from the textbook and read them to the class. He even had slides in his powerpoints that he verbally said he didn't care about at all. His accent made him hard to understand and he stumbled over common words, making me confused. It also made me think concepts were more complicated than they were since it came across like he didn't know how to explain them.
This guy is literally the worst. Only take this him if you have no other option but dropping out. Boring, irrelevant lecturing would make a cold stone die from the severe suffering inflicted by the meaningless information being taught. Online homework is assigned randomly with tests being nearly impossible and a horrible group project. Just don't put yourself through this.
He is a master for the Lean Systems topic and his games approach is amaizing
Dr. Deif is a very understanding professor. He is very well educated on lean systems and operations efficiency. His game approaches into teaching lean systems is by far the best and most useful teaching approach I have had. I would highly recommend taking him. But do not expect an easy A. You have to work for his class and grasp the information because his tests are both free response and multiple choice. Overall, not an extremely challenging class but put in some more work to get that A.
Deif is a great person to talk to in office hours as well! He has a very impressive background and in publishing many articles--something like 50+ publications (look him up). Get to know him, he is a very influential and positive professor that understands students--here is there to help you.
Deif is the absolute homie. Incredibly knowledgeable and very charismatic. He has an impressive resume and has published quite a few articles relating to the various subjects he teaches at Cal Poly.
I think Deif was at his best in IT 415 with great discussions and touching on most recent issues in supply chain. I really enjoyed the course and Deif really knows his stuff.
Prof tried to cram tons of info into the class. Its a lean management class and he wastes tons of time talking about non relevant stuff. His power points are scattered and occasionally contradict each other. He talks to fast and gives almost no context to his examples. Does lots of games that are fun but sometimes hard to tie to the material. Great subject, but though with him.