Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Kasambira is an inspiring professor that is the perfect model when it comes to becoming a teacher. Sadly, he had to leave the university for a period of time due to illness. There was a two week lull in time where we had different professors. Mr. James Burette took over the course and pushed the class in a totally different direction. All in all, organization was out the window. However, it gave us as a class the opportunity to observe the same material being taught in a multitude of ways. As a future educator, it was very beneficial.
The fact that we had so many professors during this course, I was able to learn from a multitude of learning styles. The course was meant to teach us on the history of education, but with all that was going on, it was hard. I learned a lot about teaching styles and how students react to those styles.
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Advice for students:
This course can be interpreted in a multitude of ways, so be prepared for anything. Mr. Burdette will be back next semester teaching ETE 115. A lot of papers are assigned and tests may or may not be designed by the students. This is only Mr. Burdettes second semester teaching the course, so be prepared to be flexible. Many students originally took this class as an easy "A", but with these changes, this may no longer be the case. This is a very interesting course and can be useful to more than just education majors. I strongly encourage you to take this course if you can!