Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It was an okay course, that didn't involve a whole lot of work. The tests however, did prove to be difficult if thorough notes weren't taken, and studying was not done on a regular basis. Class was very relaxed, and content was interesting even if difficult at some points. Some topics, however, could be harder to work through. Dr. McFall was a great teacher, willing to work with students. Has two adorable children, he often talks about in his lessons(they often fit into the lesson plan, as they are just starting to develop certain cognitive skills.)
Learning about cognitive development in relation to children. It made a lot more sense putting this all together when talking about actual people (babies and children) who are experiencing cognitive development. Having him use his own children as examples, play videos, and relate cognitive development to things that are happening in real life really helped me learn and keep a hold on the material.
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Advice for students:
Attend every class period, meet with Dr. McFall during office hours at least on occasion, and be active in class. He really likes when students are involved, so try!