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Karen Givvin

Infant Care and Development

Psychology department

Karen Givvin

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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted March 24, 2014 Grade Received: N/A

Real Course: Psych 133F

DON'T LOSE AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE THIS PROFESSOR!!!! She is amazing, to say the least. As a lecturer she is very organized, clear and passionate about what she teaches. Not to mention, she is VERY attentive to student's concerns. The tests are simple because there are no curve balls. The only trick is that this class focuses on analyzing psychology and education articles and you get tested on the articles at the beginning of class. However, after the quiz (which is simple) she explains the articles in dept and encourages student discussion, experience and questions. YOU HONESTLY DON'T KNOW WHAT A GREAT PROFESSOR IS UNTIL YOU HAVE TAKEN PROFESSOR GIVVIN! (Please don't miss out)

Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted Nov. 19, 2013 Grade Received: N/A

I took Psych 133 F with professor Givvin and she is very nice professor. You will see what I mean during quizzes. The articles are not too hard to read and if you pay attention to mostly the lecture you should be fine. I mostly skimmed the discussion section of each article before class and reviewed the power points. I got an A- but if I worked a little harder I could have gotten an A. If you can I highly suggest you take this class before it fills up. Its easy and you learn a lot.

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