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Professor Share is my favorite professor by far. He provides engaging lectures and brings in speakers each week. He is super supportive and understanding, he really wants what is best for his students. I learned so much during this class and enjoyed every second of it. Professor Share did one-on-one 10 minute entrance and exit interviews to meet us which I thought was really nice because professors never really do this kind of stuff. The readings were interesting and related to the topics we discussed each week. There was groupwork but it was honestly really easy because we assigned each other different sections. There are small projects throughout the quarter and a midterm and final essay. The final essay was basically a revision of our midterm essay but with a broader analysis. I highly recommend this class!
love love love love PROFESSOR SHARE. He truly cares about his students and loves his job. I have never felt more supported at UCLA than when taking his courses. I have gained so much. He goes out of his way to get to know you. His class is extremely accessible and not like any courses at UCLA. TAKE HIS CLASSES. any of them. doesn't matter. He makes every course fun
Professor Share is definitely my favorite professor at UCLA; I've yet to have another instructor who values student engagement as much as he does. The low stakes, reasonable workload, and accessible readings allow us to prioritize learning over grades and affording the course materials. Throughout the quarter, there are many activities that allow students to interact and establish a sense of community among each other and express our comprehension of the material through a multitude of creative modes: TikTok, memes, drawing, photography, podcasting, etc. As for the curriculum itself, everything we've learned is easily applicable to the world. Because of this course, I've noticed major improvements in my abilities to think critically, detect media bias, and comprehend how media either challenges or perpetuates assumptions about various social groups. If you ever get the opportunity to take this class (or any other class) with Share, I highly recommend it!