This course was surprising pretty interesting for most of the units. At some points it was a little bland but it really gives a good overview of events occurring in Canada since confederation. Only had to write 2 essays which could have been on whatever topic desired. The final exam was very easy as well. There are weekly discussion groups which requires 20-50 pages of reading.
This course was fairly difficult. It required lots of studying and I recommend doing the online assignments (without cheating) so you actually can learn something. This prof moves very quickly and does not explain what he doing in class. I found he has a very mellow voice that made it difficult for me to stay awake. The exams for this course are brutally hard. It is not at all what I was expecting. These teachers do not care if they fail an entire class.
This class was awesome. I took this class because I was already interested in sociology and he only furthered my interest. Very nice man who is genuinely interested in his students success. Four tests through the year and one assignment. Really no extra work required. Study a few days before the test and go to class and you will get a good mark.
Very nice and interesting man. Always making jokes in class. He knows a lot about Canada's past and always appreciate when students can contribute some of their knowledge. He is very understanding and will accept assignments both in person and online. He is very fair and cares about the success of his students!
This teacher is a very nice guy. He can be very funny in class and performs lots of experiments. However, I did not like his teaching style. He moves very quickly through the examples and does not stop to explain what he is doing. I wish he had more slides and less examples. The lectures are majority examples. He gives lots of time for iclickers.