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Professor Danielle Brittain
University of Oklahoma - Norman
Overall B+
4 ratings,  [AVG: 17 min, 39 sec]
Workload: Easy/None Responsible Grading: C

Enjoys Teaching A Arrogance: Normal
Speaks & Writes Clearly B+ Respect for Students: High
Sensible Lectures A Appreciates Creativity: Loves
Organized course A Student Feedback is: Sought After
Instructor Effort A
Coursework:
Concepts and Practice
Grading System:
Well Defined in advance
Course Requirements:
Well Defined
Assignment Instructions
Very Well Described
 
Exam Design:
Well Written
Exam Coverage:
Informed beforehand
Grades Reflect:
Understanding and Mastery
Final Grade Verification:
Insures grades match student mastery
Gets class involved A
Competent with material B
Friendly/Sociable A
Adds to content A
This instructor is:
Really Liked
 

 

 

 
   
 
Courses:
 
Comments
Overall: A
This class literally changed my life.  Dr.  Brittain was a genius in creating an environment that welcomed questions (no matter how difficult); different paradigms; and different opinions; that enable students to engage in the concepts and material being taught in a very personal, applicable way.  The destination of class discussions took us far beyond the rote parameters of so many, often, watered-down, educational boxes.  Dr.  Brittain challenged us to investigate the “road less traveled” and to properly evaluate the generally accepted “status quo”.  This class taught me to think for myself and to be a voice for the minority, regardless of popularity.  This class inspired me want to leave the world a better place than the way I found it.  This class inspired me to continually pursue knowledge, to never underestimate the power of the human spirit, and to always respect and appreciate all sides of an issue or an argument. 

Regarding Dr.  Brittain as an educator and person, my most honest assessment is simply this; “You know you're in the presence of extraordinary when there's just no guessing.  And the only thought you can carry is a determination to do even better yourself.?  This emanates from the core of Dr.  Brittain. 

 
Should do to do well...
Participate in class discussions; challenge yourself, your classmates, and the instructor with difficult questions; in doing so, you will generate an environment conducive for learning and growing; it will really enrich your experience as a student in Dr.  Brittain's classes.  All questions are welcomed. 
 
Should know...
Attend lectures.

Participate in lectures.

Ask questions. 

Think about how the concepts being taught in class impact you and the people around you in your day-to-day life. 

Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Overall: A
If you are reading the review posted for Dr.  Brittain, some time ago, please disregard the hateful post, stating untrue, volatile, comments regarding Dr.  Brittain and her classes.  The post was written in haste and without regard, and is completely false.  I am responsible for writing such filth in a moment of selfish rage, and I am also responsible for writing this post, asking anyone whom reads the post dated some time ago, to disregard it.  I've contacted the website's admin requesting that the post be removed, however, there has been no response.  Therefore, please disregard the entire post as it is completely false. 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: A
Liked Instructor?: Really Liked
 
Completely sucked!  This professor has no idea what the hell she is teaching.  Her research is crap, her class is crap...its a waste of University money to give her a salary.  All she cares about is her stupid lesbian research-get the hell out of Oklahoma Dr.  Brittain, you aren't welcome here.  Avoid her classes at all costs! 
 
You will not find a more qualified, genuine person or professor than Dr.  Brittain.  If you are ever so lucky to take a class taught by Dr.  Brittain, prepare yourself for a most extraordinary experience in which you will be changed forever.  It was an honor to be her student; I hope you should be as lucky as me. 
 
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