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This is an amazing class. Professor Tarleton is so nice, thoughtful, and enlightening. She combines her decades of real-life experience teaching independent living skills with a strong background in disability rights, neurodiversity, and autistic history. She is very kind and warm. She has a lot of respect towards everyone and makes the class a great space for autistic people like myself, our family members, future autism professionals, and everyone who wants to better understand those of their fellow human beings who are autistic. She makes the class very interesting and is a wonderful grader.
Professor Tarleton was super kind and conscious of student circumstances and very respectful towards the neurodivergent community and content. Grades were based on 3 exams - 2 midterms 33% and 1 final 34%; which were formatted as open note/take home essays. Each exam had 2-4 questions and had to be answered with 3-4 paragraphs. First exam was 4 questions, but she lowered the amount to 2 questions for the second midterm and final (probably out of mindfulness). Everything was very easy to respond to and even encouraged us to find media material outside of class. All materials are provided (except for like one small movie rental, I think), and articles/research was very interesting. Would love to take a longer version or a continuation of this class!