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Grade is based on 3 take home quizzes, midterm which was a 5 page essay outline, and the final which was a 7-10 page essay, and attending discussion section. The lectures were not very engaging, in my opinion, but they were recorded so that was nice. A lot of people in the class felt her grading was quite rigorous, which I agree with, so just be aware of that.
surprisingly enjoyed this class. it was really well paced and organized with take home quizzes every couple weeks and a 5 page draft for the final due around midterm season. this was tremendously helpful because the final is 7-10 pages and with a 5 page draft, it was basically half done. highly recommend taking this class
I got a B- on the midterm paper and an A- on the final paper, but I ended up with a C. Confused? if you plan on taking this class make sure you actually go, or have a friend that goes, cause those weekly quizzes will murder you. The answers are usually not in the ppt, she writes on the chalkboard or says them orally. I liked her though, and the class was interesting, maybe because I'm interested in education.
Amazing professor and very approachable and understanding. She did recorded lectures with slides and explained things clearly while also hosting office hours after class for those who were able to watch lecture immediately. She broke things down clearly and asked always checked in with her students on how they are doing. Loved this class and the professor. Both midterm and final asked the same question for the prompt but had different page length recommendations (its do able). She also offered extra credit.
3 quizzes 30% that is straight forward