"He has been voted “Professor of the Year” by his students and has received an average instructor rating of 4.6 (out of 5.0) for the eight classes (avg. size: 40) taught since 2001."
This was on the bottom of a CV I found on a well-respected philosophy website.
Granted, I don't know when his CV was last updated, but people like him are generally pretty good at updating things like CVs...
Since starting at BNCC in the Fall of 2003 I've taught 33 classes with an average size closer to 50 than 40.
Since Fall of 2001 the total is closer to 55 --
In what could easily be the same length of time I taught 55 to his 8.
Yea, I know he has publishing to do, and that does take time -- but, he also has time to do some pretty extensive blogging and rating of other philosophy departments etc..
I still have a hard time geeting over the 55 to 8.