Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Reed was one of the most inspirational people I have ever met in my life. I am keeping my notes from this course so that whenever I have my own children this can be a guideline on how to raise them to be the best human beings possible. Even though I currently do not have children, this course taught me that it is alright to make mistakes because what is most important is how well you handle fixing it. I suggest typing notes in this class because it is a lot of information at one time, but it is not overwhelming. Before each test, she does allow you to look at her own personal notes if you so choose. If you have a problem with anything, as long as you keep in contact with her, she is one hundred percent willing to help.
I learned the basic developmental milestones of children from conception through adolescence. Dr. Reed also expanded upon the different methods that would further develop these milestones. These methods highlight what is most effective when raising children as well as what has been proven not to be effective. This course also teaches you the research behind the different methods and how people made these permanent milestones globally.
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Advice for students:
Read over your notes everyday. My first test was my worst test because I did not believe that reading over my notes the day I took them would help. Also, she asks questions like "all of the following are true..." so it has you picking out the one false fact. That is more beneficial because the true facts you are reading resonate more than reading all false facts and having to pick out the one true one.