Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This professor in particular clearly loves the subject and the only way for an instructor to instil interest in their students is by showing them that he truly believes the topics are interesting. During class he is very outgoing and uses everyday situations to describe abstract concepts which really help the student visualize the lesson in a more personal way.
Course highlights:
Aside from the curriculum, I learned how to study for college courses. He provides tips and help with studying during his office hours and adapts his advice to first year students that may not have as much experience with the rigorous environment of college courses. Specifically he taught us that the most efficient way to study which was to simulate exam situations and then practice only the problems you struggled with.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure you take advantage of UF's free tutoring services like Broward Teaching Center or the TAs since the lecture information alone is not enough to make an A in the class.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This professor in particular clearly loves the subject and the only way for an instructor to instil interest in their students is by showing them that he truly believes the topics are interesting. During class he is very outgoing and uses everyday situations to describe abstract concepts which really help the student visualize the lesson in a more personal way.
Course highlights:
Aside from the curriculum, I learned how to study for college courses. He provides tips and help with studying during his office hours and adapts his advice to first year students that may not have as much experience with the rigorous environment of college courses. Specifically he taught us that the most efficient way to study which was to simulate exam situations and then practice only the problems you struggled with.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure you take advantage of UF's free tutoring services like Broward Teaching Center or the TAs since the lecture information alone is not enough to make an A in the class.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This professor in particular clearly loves the subject and the only way for an instructor to instil interest in their students is by showing them that he truly believes the topics are interesting. During class he is very outgoing and uses everyday situations to describe abstract concepts which really help the student visualize the lesson in a more personal way.
Course highlights:
Aside from the curriculum, I learned how to study for college courses. He provides tips and help with studying during his office hours and adapts his advice to first year students that may not have as much experience with the rigorous environment of college courses. Specifically he taught us that the most efficient way to study which was to simulate exam situations and then practice only the problems you struggled with.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure you take advantage of UF's free tutoring services like Broward Teaching Center or the TAs since the lecture information alone is not enough to make an A in the class.