Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I found the subject matter of this course to be fascinating, and it was presented in a manner that encouraged students to participate in the class. It was a very interesting subject matter! Professor Matzenbacher was excellent, and always made sure her students were on track and understanding the content of the course. She always offered opportunities to her students and was available if needed for further explanation.
The highlights of this course were first and foremost, the biology aspect of child development, following from the prenatal stage until adolescence. It also covered in dept the way children learn and how the base their behavior (nature and nurture) It covered many theorys and pychologists and how they based their results to find these theories, as as parenting stages/styles and developmental stages of the children. Whether it be physical or mental development.
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Advice for students:
Definitely read the fine print and be knowledgable of the facts presented before you. Always consider charts and graphs pointed out to you by your instructor, and you HAVE to study!