Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Harrison is an excellent professor and wants every student to be successful. The course is very interesting and she gives many real life examples to relate too. There was even a virtual child raised during the course that was a graded assignment that gave us some (virtual) hands on experience.
I have learned different ways that children are affected by their surroundings during development in this course. There are many different theorists and researchers that we learned about that have different approaches on ways people develop. We also were taught about the elderly and their development.
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Advice for students:
Use the materials that are given to you. We are given many study guides and power points to look at and study. We also use a LearnSmart book that has study questions that are very beneficial in learning the material. Her lectures help reinforce what we read in the books, so take notes and listen well, she will make it easy to relate too.