The lecturer has a genuine desire to see students succeed. However in an effort to do this she spoon feeds students rather than making them actually learn and accomplish something. While she rates well on all of the criteria here her course is not at all intellectually stimulating and nobody wants to do it.
Dr April Wright is easily one of the best lecturers that I've had in my time at UQ. Being a first year student, she made the transition from high school to uni a lot better and easier. She basically spoon fed the assignment to her students which made it very easy for us to write (and the students doing this course are mostly very recent high school graduates)
She also interacts with the audience a lot in the lectures and makes her students feel open (possibly to make it clear that she is an approachable person and that she is willing to help)
Last, but most definitely not least, she brings chocolates to lectures to ensure that every student participates to some extent - bribery is surprisingly a good strategy (and it works!)
April Wright is a wonderful lecturer and I was so glad I took her course in my first semester of university. She was really good at explaining the topics of the course—often using examples from both her past experiences and what was trending in the news at the time—to help explain these topics. She contextualised these examples really well, also. April Wright often tried to interact with as many students in the class as she could each week—actually going up to the back rows of the lecture theatre quite a lot—and was very helpful. She had a great attitude and was an all-round pleasure to learn from.