Jo Talks about Other Classes | Campus Tour 2019
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So this is a better example of what a more average classroom will look like. Like if it's on arts cost, like a film class or creative medium, it might be a little less strenuous. If it's something really term heavy, like I have a lot of like, um, book stuff, uh, like biology or anatomy, it'Ll probably be a lot more intensive, Um, but overall, I find the workload to be all right, like the credit level. If it's like one credit to three credits, it's about right for how much work it will be. The records being a lot one credit being not so much usually with professors, you can kind of read in the beginning. What kind of like teaching style they have, Um, if you can treat them as like a very strict professional relationship or if it's more relaxed first name basis. A lot of my professors are first name basis just because they're usually smaller classrooms, but it depends on the professor as well. Most of the professors here are very carrying very open. Teo, Phoebe, I want their students want and are genuine army appear to help and what I want to help. Generally, most classrooms are lecture based or discussion based where they have, uh, like information that they'Ll dio el either talk to the class rep class talk with themselves and, like, a grip typesetting. Um, and the only other difference in that some sometimes, But this mostly happens in the art section. They have critique based, um, works and mediums and presentations where you show something that you've done, and then everybody in the class could speak back about it. Yeah, that's, um, roughly about, um, what the basic general academic stuff is like, as opposed to some specific, like the arts.