Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it is a requirement for the Inclusive Early Childhood Education degree program, but even if it wasn't, this class provides students with a plethora of information about children's development and the cognitive stages they transition through.
My favorite part about this course was the fact that the professor had real life experiences to share with us that made the content easier to understand and more relatable. This professor wanted her students to succeed and so she offered test prep help, office hours, and feedback on assignments.
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Advice for students:
Come to class ready to ask and answer questions. Read the material and don't be afraid to express your ideas. Also, if you put in the effort you'll be rewarded. Be prepared to put what you've learned to the test, this class does have a stack of assignments, but they help you learn the content better and you'll retain the information for years to come.