Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course to education majors and also people who want work with children because it studies how the child grows and develops and how their mind works. It also discusses the different theorist and their views on child development and it teaches the student new and improved ways to help a child learn a certain curriculum through fun.
Through this course i learned about the different theories of child development. For example Jean Piaget felt that pretend play can help develop a child's mind. I learned that the fine motor skills is when a child uses their fingers and that their gross motor skills is when they run or catch things. I learned how i can make a theme for the class like "emotion" and make different games and materials from that theme. some examples could be "how many emotions do you see" or "match this emotion to a face". I love how this course helped me educate kids and figure out how they learn without making it boring.
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Some advice that I would give to students taking this course is that, it is always good to read over the chapters you cover in class. Do not get behind in your studies or work because the semesters move by fast. If education or working with kids is your major I recommend buying the book, but if it is not or you do not have the extra money your school library should have the book for you.