This class was tough.
I enjoyed the course material and found it interesting. It's pretty basic information and doesn't go into too much detail making it easy enough to understand. However, the exams are quite difficult as the questions are fairly tricky.
The material is really interesting and I enjoyed learning the basics of infancy. It's a good balance between cognitive and biological components, and the interaction between nature and nurture. As a Sociology student, I liked the theoretical context of the course material. However, taking this course as an elective was maybe not the best idea. The exams are hard and the Real World Observation assignment is unrealistic.
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Advice for students:
Definitely attend lectures. Without reading the entire textbook, there's no other way to save yourself time in understanding a bit more detail of the lecture slides. It's also nice that the prof posts the lecture slides for students to refer back to while studying for exams.