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|68||20023||Well I can say that Lara know's her material very well... but she also believes her own fairy tales. When more than 50% of the class failed her midterms, she accused us of not studying well and learning differently because most of the class was IT students. People who are A students got B's and C's, and her grading was worse than rock paper scissors between F, D, and C. I would avoid taking her if you can.|
|85||20023||For Class 501-400
Good lecturer, but let the class teach the second half of the course through presentations. This offered a chance for some groupwork, but also led to difficutly in preparing for the final exam b/c had to rely on other's work. Also, fair, but very picky grader of tests. Decieveingly hard to get an A on tests. Very nice person.
|61||20023||She sucks, everyone else who voted is right, tests are way too hard for such simple material, and I got a B in the class, and never missed one(except a day of presentations) I believe I should have go an A|
|99||20023||Criminology: Good professor....tests may be tricky, but only if you actually read the book and pay attention...is pretty helpful to students...too bad she wont be teaching anymore at RIT, she's a visiting prof...|
|65||20003||Unprepared to teach. She relies on asking questions and students answers to teach. Does not completely understand the material herself. I found myself correcting her sometimes. Hopefully more quarters at RIT will fix this.|
|78||20002||He seems to read straight from them, throwing out random comments that come out from her notes. The papers she assigned, first got a B, then i followed what she had written for the next two and got 2 A's then the last paper, she gave me a D. Same exact style for all. I didn't understand why when i ask her. She is very friendly in and out of class. She likes to give tests on the chapter assigned, then goes over the chapter after the test, unusual.|