After giving out the student evaluation forms (May 1, 2002) I thought about my goals in the courses. Here they are:
  1. Have students learn some complex analysis.
  2. Have students reassess calculus in view of the results of complex analysis: what stays true, what needs fixing, etc.
  3. Have students be able to write reasonably about some fairly complicated mathematics. I should have asked students to speak in a similar fashion, but the size and structure of the class as I planned it did not really allow this. Instead, I frequently asked students who visited me during office hours to present problems at the board.
It is not clear how successful I was.