Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Dee (is what she called herself) was absolutely incredible. Charasmatic, compassionate, funny, and determined to make you learn. We never went a day without standing in front of the class and sharing something to each other, nerve racking for some at first, but by the end of the semester they were like my family and I couldn't have asked for a more incredible prof.
I learned how to work in small groups, effectively use verbal and noverbal communication skills, and how hearing is so much different than really listening. We used class oriented activites and games that required participation and listening as well as the ability to interactively jump in so a story wouldn't be silent. I loved going to my 8 am course everyday and was so thankful for Dee.
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Advice for students:
If you are considering communications as a major, looking for a minor, or perhaps just want to expand your ability to speak well in the work place and everyday life, don't think twice about this class. Dee works with you one on one, as do all the professors, giving you an experience you won't regret. The harder material is not difficult as far as hours put into coursework, however, the participation in class in crucial to your grade as well as not being nervous to talk about yourself and ask lots of questions.