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Professor Slay's class was a perfect elective for arts and humanities. He'll lecture for an hour then, we'll watch a movie that is related to the topic. The exams are a bit difficult. So, make sure you take good notes on it, because it's an open book one. Also, you must attend his class and don't fall asleep or else, he'll kick you out.
He gives amazing lectures! He is genuinely concerned about the future and success of his students. There is a reasonable amount of homework and online quizzes that will add to your final grade, which is beneficial in the event that you do not perform well on an exam. 10/10 would recommend taking him!
Prof. Kierst is well-informed, but he enjoys bragging about it. I believe he has good intentions, but his grading style is so ambiguous that it's difficult to say what he wants in his papers. All of the tests are long essays with a lot of information. I'd save myself the trouble of taking Prof. Kierst's class if I could go back in time.
I enrolled in his class because of all the great feedback he has. Unfortunately, because of the way the class was set up, he wasn't as involved as the other teacher. IND102 was actually taught by two teachers. I thought he was a good teacher based on what I saw of him, but we didn't get to spend much time with him and he's quite a tough grader.
This is the class for you if you want to learn about the history of dance and learn new techniques to add to your vocabulary. The midterm project is a group project in which students interview a dance instructor about their role in the dance world. The final project is a group project with another student about starting your own dance promotion company.
Do not enroll in her class if you struggle with science. She's a great person, but her teaching style isn't for everyone, so I ended up teaching myself. If you're in class, she'll try to keep you late so you can finish worksheets with your classmates. Remote teaching didn't actually make a difference bc I pretty much taught myself!
Prof. Martinez is awesome! I took her for an online short-term course, so work was expected to be a lot. She requires a few writing assignments and 4 speeches. She's very willing to help! 10/10 would recommend her! Just be prepared to put in effort and work.
Prof Weiner wasn't bad, but he wasn't particularly memorable. I would attend lectures but they were not actually required. Grading comes from essays and participation in discussions. You'll get an A if you just answer the prompt, and you'll want to get along with your TA because they'll be doing majority of the grading. You'll be fine if you keep up with your readings.
Prof. Knaak is awesome! I've taken courses with him 4 times already and it was such an amazing experience! All you have to do is attend class and copy the notes he writes on the board, as well as ensure that you get the handouts. His study guides are pretty helpful on exams as well. He also doesn't use the book because he already knows everything.
Prof. Juan is undoubtedly the best math professor ever! He has clear expectations. Because this is a second-semester math class, you should already be aware of the expectations. You can skip the final if you get a 90 or higher on anything, which is very doable if you apply yourself. He gives 4 exams and homework is on webassign. He allows open notes in class quizzes.
Professor Moreno is great. We were transitioned online, because of Covid-19. He was very nice and always funny. You need to pay attention to his lectures. He always gives good feedback about learning and his exams were quiet easy. Added that, you can use a calculator in his class. If possible, I would take his class again.
Professor Simmons is really nice and caring. She only wants the best for his students. Everything she assigns was interesting. So, it won't be challenging to keep up the good work. Her class is highly recommended, if you're willing to practice and complete all your work.
I loved Professor Robertson's class. Being an online class, it didn't stop her from getting close and involved with all of us. I loved her assignments as well. Overall, I learned a lot in her class.
Professor Tschirch is fantastic. His grades are based on three tests and a paper. The tests are open book. However, you don't have to read as long as you pay attention during lectures and take good notes. Also, there's a five pages bibliography that's due at the end of the semester, but its fairly easy. This is a fairly easy class, as long as you pay attention.
The content was simple to comprehend, and Reali is an expert at lecturing and answering questions from students. Reali appears rude and difficult to communicate with at first, but the more time a student spends in that class, the more she actually warms up! When COVID happened, she became much more versatile and sweet, and taking her class online for half the semester was no problem.
He's a wonderful person who is both kind and funny. He really seems to care a lot about his students. You just have to attend class and complete the assigned tasks (which are sometimes done in class). Little textbook assignments accumulate into portfolios that must be turned in. I believe communication was poor as classes moved online (covid19).
Several female students have complained about his inappropriate behavior in recent years. Currently, he's no longer teaching at Arcadia because of these issues. Avoid him at all costs if he shows up at your campus.