Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Ward is a passionate teacher and really has a way of explaining math. Coming from a person who has struggled with math her whole educational life, Ward took her time and explained things I had been struggling with for years. She also offered extra help before or after class. You could just tell she was invested and really cared about our education.
One major highlight for me; Ward went over any homework problems that the class had questions on the very next class. Some days it would be three problems and other days it would be fifteen. Ward did not mind though, she went over the questions thoroughly and patiently. She made herself available if any student needed extra help, one on one. There were many occasions where I would stay after class ten to fifteen minutes because I did not understand something. Even though Ward had many other classes, she was always patient and did her best to help me learn the material.
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Advice for students:
Ward collected homework on a monthly basis. She would pass out a list of assignments for each night and then collect them all at the end of each month. My advice would be; do not wait until the last minute to complete all twenty math assignments. You will be overwhelmed and frustrated. Ward goes over everything in detail during class and then you will be assigned math that night based on what was talked about in class. Waiting a few days might lead to forgetting how to do certain problems.