Pretty easy, overall.
I loved this class. It is very simple and straightforward and Prof. Cutrone (he prefers if you call him Daniel) is so sweet and understanding. He gives you a bunch of extra credit as well as a study guide to each test. He is very passionate about making a difference in his students' lives and he really loves participation.
The highlights of this course was the different subjects we dived into including volcanoes, oceans, mountains, natural devastations, etc. I learned how to really take advantage of the opportunities Daniel gave out and that it doesn't hurt to ask if you don't know.
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Advice for students:
Do not skip class. Participation counts and if you skip class you're basically giving yourself a bad grade. Ask questions and ALWAYS turn in the extra credit and homework since the points are far and few between. Daniel rarely gives big homework assignments, so when he does give homework out it is usually to read a science article and write a paragraph about it-so 25 points for an easy assignment. Don't just skim the study guides he gives you, look the questions up, write them down and do it two more times because the questions from the study guides are on the test. He's giving you the answers, put in the effort.