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HEBM0238 with Adi Livnylast month

This course was a great introduction to Jerusalem's background. We learned a lot about its history through primary source presentations and a final timeline project. I enjoyed Professor Livny's laidback attitude and teaching style throughout the semester. If you are looking for a good course with a great professor, look no further.

Chill and RelaxedNo ExamsEasy Grading
2hrs / week Very low difficulty Average value Would take again
HEBM0238 with Adi Livny2 months ago

I thought the material of this course was interesting, but Professor Livny has a tendency to lecture which can make it boring. There is also a feeling of divide among those who are more familiar with the subject versus those who know less.

Chill and RelaxedNo ExamsFair Grading
3hrs / week Average difficulty Above average value Would not take again
HEBM0237 with Zohar Gazit7 months ago

Zohar created one of the most interesting class environments that I've had the pleasure of experiencing. His infectious enthusiasm got me instantly engaged in the content of every class meeting. The topic itself is a very difficult concept to grapple with and present to impressionable students, but I thought Zohar did a commendable job of offering many viewpoints from both sides of the conflict and allowing the students to form their own conjectures and opinions without ever creating a contentious environment. I'm just sad I never got the chance to take another class with him!

Zohar created one of the most interesting class environments that I've had the pleasure of experiencing. His infectious enthusiasm got me instantly engaged in the content of every class meeting. The topic itself is a very difficult concept to grapple with and present to impressionable students, but I thought Zohar did a commendable j …Read more

Chill and RelaxedEasy GradingProject Exams
3hrs / week Low difficulty Very high value Would take again
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