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This course is definitely a waste of time. She gives you handouts that can easily be found on the internet with a fast google search. We had planned to meet in person, but due to the events of the day, we decided to meet online. We never spoke on the phone, were forced to work in groups, and her emails were never clear. When we asked her questions, she became dismissive.
She's pretty kind and helpful! The lectures, on the other hand, consist solely of reading from powerpoints and providing minimal input on the questions raised. Homework and exam questions took a lot of time and effort.
Prof. Cheriyan is a cool and good speaker prof! He exudes self-assurance, which I admire. It was a fascinating class! If you're shy and find it difficult to express yourself, this class will allow you to do so without fear of being wrong. The focus of the class is on reading case studies, writing responses, and defending your position.
She's a fantastic lecturer. You will a good score on all of your essays if you follow the rubric/checklist. If you have a concern, speak with her and she will help you solve it. If your essay score is not a passing grade, she will give you another chance. She wants you to succeed in her class, and she will assist you in doing so.
She's a lovely lady, but she's not a great teacher. The class was disorganized, with much of the time spent watching movies, listening to guest speakers, or giving presentations. During the course, I believe she gave four or five lectures. In this class, I certainly did not get a decent education and did not get my money's worth.
I took an introduction to CSD class, and it was really an awesome experience! There was not a lot of work in the class, and there were no tests, but I feel like I learned a lot! There are assignments, but they aren't too time consuming, and the textbook is mainly used for reference (her lectures basically cover everything). It covers a wide range of subjects. 10/10 would recommend!
Prof. Terrell is one of the best IR teachers! I took her MAX 132 class as an elective, but it ended up inspiring me to pursue an IR degree. Her classes are certainly difficult, and she is a strict grader. However, if you visit her during office hours, she will gladly assist you! She is extremely competent in her profession, and you can learn a lot from her!
I took Professor Hine's statistics class online. She's very funny and I loved her. I didn't need a book because, she explained every lesson very well in her YouTube videos. I watch the videos, took notes, since you need to do it if you don't have the book and do the assignments as well. There were six projects in her class with example forms, that were very easy. She gave lots of extra credit as well.
Professor Welter is funny. She has clear PowerPoints with good examples. Do take notes carefully. Your classmate's questions may also be in the tests. So, listen attentively in class. Be sure to take the time to learn the study guide, then you'll pass easily. If you have an A with perfect attendance, she allows you to skip the final test. She will offer extra credits too. Overall, she's the best professor that I've ever had.
Professor Gheith is a great example of even if you know something good, it doesn't mean you can, or should teach it. His exams were mindless, with weekly quizzes. And if you're average like me and will appreciate partial credit, there's no any chance of that with him. At times, he's condescending. He also shows favoritism. So, make sure you'll participate or else, you'll be screwed in class. I suggest you should avoid his class.
Doctor VanderWaal Mills is a professional professor. She's friendly and cares about her students. Anatomy and Physiology II class requires a lot of study. However, it was very easy because of her organized videos, PowerPoints and questions. Also, her grading was fair. Her test questions matched her notes as well. During the pandemic, she was very understanding and the online learning was transitioned smoothly. I suggest you take her class.
Nervously, I attended Professor Flanagan's class. To my surprise, she was good at explaining the subject matter. Also, she made the material easy to understand. She's very real and warm. In addition, she provided a lot of office hours.
Simple history, no tests, and he even advises you not to take any notes in class. Be sure to show up because he records attendance randomly. There are a few brief writing assignments that are rated harshly, but an A is guaranteed if you have 100 percent attendance.
Dr. David is Lone Star's best professor. He is genuinely concerned about his students and will communicate with you outside of class through Remind. He always gives out extra credit opportunities. His lectures are extremely entertaining and informative. We only had a few discussion boards, a group project, a few one-page articles, and observation hours. 10/10 would recommend!
She was fantastic when we were dealing with the pandemic. She's pretty understanding! Please make sure you read all of the necessary reading and research diligently. Webcams are used to monitor the tests. You have a community project that you'll be working on for the whole semester. Excellent class, excellent teacher!
During the 8-week online course, I took Speech 1321. She gives all necessary information for full credit on assignments, and it is very easy to understand; if you have any questions, you can email her and she will respond. If you need this class, it is a simple A class with a fantastic instructor. Extra credit is worth about forty points.