Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Excellent professor. He knows what he is doing. He loves what he is doing. He can explain the each definition thoroughly and clearly. He is willing to help you to get a good grade in the class. He wants you to be a professional person. The content of the class. It is really helpful as this class is about organizational behavioral. I learned a lot about organizational behavioral. For example, type of commitments such as affective(relationship with colleagues), continuance(good paid), and normative commitment(sense of obligation to stay). There are many about human behavior in an organization and it will amaze you once you take the class.
Ice breaking - First day of class, Troy made us walked around and talked with one another. I think this is really important because this can reduce our shyness in class. Playing songs/music before class gets started - Since it was an early class, he would play music to get us hyped and energetic to listen to his lesson. I think it is effective. Chances to get extra credits - Ask as many as possible of good questions about the textbook material will get extra credits. Email him for extra information about textbook material can also get extra credit. Case study - We were assigned to a group and study some cases that were related to materials we learned in the textbook. We learned about each other, learned how to get along with one another and importantly we learned from each other about the textbook materials. Appeal for test question - If you think your answer for exam question was correct, you can appeal it to him. But make sure your answer is 100% correct, otherwise, you will get an extra deduction for falsely appealing.
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Advice for students:
Put some hours to study. Understand each definition and also the example that is given by the definition. Pay attention to what he said in the class. Take notes. Read through the chapter before the class. You will be able to catch up what he is talking in the class.