Impact of Disabilities: Home, Community and Workplace
Prof: Aile Montoya / Fall 2022
Dec 16, 2022
I took this course for an easy A humanity credit, but i actually enjoyed it a lot. I learned a lot about people with disabilities and certain struggles they go through everyday and not only do we learn about the struggles of the disabled people but also what the parents/friends/workplaces/love ones/siblings have to go through. I enjoyed that they included a lot of different position and were so specific about it. The homework assignments were pretty easy and the recording lectures were pretty clear and helpful. The exams are open note so it should be an easy A.
Actually learn something from this course, because it can be helpful one day if needed
Prof: Jenna Gonzalez / Summer 2022
Aug 5, 2022
Super easy and interesting class for diversity credit! Even in Summer B we only met 3 days a week and the professor is so kind and passionate!
Prof: Jacqueline Epstein / Spring 2022
Apr 25, 2022
This is a requirement for those of us doing an Education Sciences degree. I thought this course was going to be something very difficult but, overall, it has been a pleasure and straightforward.
The content of the course consisted of many videos and an understanding of the history of disabilities, different types of disabilities, how people with disabilities can struggle in society, and how to help support them. I believe that this course is useful for those who need a beginning 101 of disabilities in society.
Professor was great. Not much communication as all videos is pre-recorded by another instructor (which is amazing, by the way).
This requires weekly submissions that require originality on packback. Be prepared to take time to brainstorm for relatable content.
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