Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor engaged the entire class during lectures. She offered PowerPoint slides that you could print off before class, which was helpful so that you didn't have to rush while note-taking and miss any material. In my class, there was about 40 students. The professor learned all of our names within the first few weeks, which made my experience seem more personable.
I gained self-confidence that I could learn the difficult material. Through class examples and short journal assignments, that students wrote their own personal examples, I finally learned classical and operant conditioning. The class taught me how to better study throughout the semester, parent and/or offer childcare, and teach others.
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Advice for students:
Attending class makes learning the material a piece of cake. The professor did not speed through material, especially if the class didn't understand it or had additional questions. Just note-taking during each class session will teach you the majority of what you need to know.If you don't understand a concept, read the portion of the textbook that describes it, and ask the professor for further explanation of it.