4 evaluations Recognizes Student Difficulties: 3.00 Presents Material Clearly: 2.50
Aradanas was possibly one of the weirdest professors I have ever had. Most of the class time is filled with us watching random videos or watching powerpoint presentations of pictures of his life. I will say that this class will be your easiest A in college, but if you are looking to actually learn about Asian-American studies as I was, this is not the class for you. If you don't understand very much about race though, I would recommend you take this course just so you can learn more about other people's perspectives. In the course most of the grade is two super easy exams and one essay which seems super irrelevant and is a little difficult, but he grades very easily. Overall, if you want a GPA booster, take the class!
Prof. Aradanas was the best! Not only was Asian American Studies a class that I actually looked forward to, but he managed to present the information in an interesting way. He did a great job of using historical videos to assist his lectures in a way that I retained a lot of information. Aradanas is also the most interesting guy. Overall, I really recommend this class! (Very easy as well)
Mr. Aradanas was such a fun professor and I really enjoyed this class. His lectures were really easy to follow and even though the content was gloomy, he was able to make the class fun to attend. His work load was reading 2-3 articles a class and take a quick quiz at the beginning of the next class. There was a mid term and final exam, a presentation and 2 papers. The work load is totally doable and he does offer extra credit if you need it. Can't wait to take another class with Professor Aradanas!!
I learned that if I were to take up hunting, I should shoot deer, not bears, because a bear will hunt me back if I successfully wound it. Fascinating! I didnt know that the key to production and operations management was so brutally simple!