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EDST011530 days ago

JML is very passionate. His classes are interactive and engaging. It is not a lot of work aside from nightly readings. The biggest project was a presentation at the end of the semester covering your high school's diversity and sewage system. Highly recommend this class if you have any interest in education or simply navigating society.

Chill and RelaxedEasy GradingProject Exams
2hrs / week Low difficulty Average value Would take again
EDST0115last month

JML might be one of the most passionate professors I've ever met. He loves what he does, engages the class with his enthusiasm, and stimulates your critical thinking in the best way possible. He's super accommodating, and grades pretty leniently; however, the content of the class is really interesting and very important so I just found myself engaged all the time. It's easy to just slack off and take this class because it's "chill," but if you take this course, you should engage as much as possible because this is the definition of a liberal arts education. Learn a bunch! Enjoy! 10/10 recommend

JML might be one of the most passionate professors I've ever met. He loves what he does, engages the class with his enthusiasm, and stimulates your critical thinking in the best way possible. He's super accommodating, and grades pretty leniently; however, the content of the class is really interesting and very important so I just fou …Read more

Chill and RelaxedConstant ReadingEasy Grading
5hrs / week Very low difficulty Extremely high value Would take again
EDST0115last month

I really enjoyed this course. We read many interesting books and, although there was a good amount of reading in this course, it didn't feel like too much because the books were so captivating. We also had to give one presentation that was mostly used to build our public speaking confidence. Overall, I would definitely take this class again.

Chill and RelaxedProject-HeavyFair Grading
2hrs / week Low difficulty Very high value Would take again
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