Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Ms. Harris is a kind, dedicated teacher who genuinely cares about her students. If you want to learn in her class, you will. If not, she will generally leave you alone. This can lead some student to take advantage of her, but if you care enough to try, she will help you succeed.
Group projects were my favorite part of the class. We were frequently asked to work together to create a drawing or presentation which demonstrated what we had learned. My group made a bridge based on a sin graph which helped me understand both the mathematics and why they are important. I learned about fractals, trigonometry, graphing, and the history of calculus, which was really interesting.
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Advice for students:
Be active in the class, raise your hands, and ask questions. Ms. Harris is much more likely to put her time into helping you if you stay engaged during class. Also, don't be afraid to talk to her after class or during lunch. if you are intrested in math, and aren't afraid to do some work, you should definitely give Pre Calculus a try.