History of Women in Europe, 800 to 1715
Please listen to this review and take my word on it. He is literally the worst professor I have had thus far at UCLA. Here are a few reasons why: 1. Condescending to his students when they try to ask a question. He feels it is appropriate to embarrass them in front of the class, which is completely unprofessional. 2. Goes on and on about the same topics throughout the entire 10 weeks. 3. Did not receive my midterm grade until week 10! 4.Spring 2014 quarter ended 2 weeks ago. I have just started my first week of summer school and guess what?! My grade is still not documented. MyUcla.edu has reported it as "NR". 5. He occasionally gets back to certain emails. Depends on how he feels that day I suppose. But for real...the list could go on. If you want to literally waste your money take his class. If you want a good education from a accredited university with a professional professor pick another teacher! Don't bother with this guy...
In my experience, professor Norberg is a great lecturer and I was never really bored in her class (I say this because some history classes are boring). She clearly knows her stuff and she talks alot but I was fine with that because she wouldn't go off on tangents and was always on topic (helps you elaborate on tests). She is a very STRAIGHT FORWARD professor and there is no reason for you not to earn an A in her course. From day one she tells students exactly what she expects from them and when the big assignments for the class are due. She's ALWAYS reminding you about the essays and the upcoming midterm. Her notes are available on the course website, I however never went on it to just copy just because I like to write things down better that way and I am more focused. Also you kinda have to attend lecture everyday if you want to do well in the class. (Students in the class tend to get distracted because the notes are available). Her online readings aren't too long and I personally didn't read them all but I did read both books and you have to because she expects you to have read them. Overall I like how organized she is and would definitely take a class with her again.