- 5 reviews
- 4 completed
Good overview of the history of mental health/mental illness and how social determinants affect both progress and treatment. Peer reviewed exercises were good but the work limits were challenging. I took this for general interest and it kept my interest throughout..
This was my first MOOC so I had nothing to compare it with. A knowledgeable instructor. good use of outside resources and discussions. I got a lot out of it. However the "in education" part is a bit of a misnomer - it;s more of an overview of aboriginal history leading to where we are today in Canada rather than looking specifically at education
I dropped this after week 4 - the prof drones and dose not actually explain HOW to do things - it is probably fine as a second course but intro it is not! If I wanted to try to learn something from course notes and looking on line for info on the subject on my own Why sign up for a MOOC?
Best MOOC ever! a great presenter, variety of presentation styles. choice of exercises, great discussion forums, and a team teaching approach that was new in a MOOC for me. this is anything but a talking head. Fun funny and serious learning.
Great course! well presented and gave a great background as to the WHY's of what we do as first responders and what can be done after we hand the victim over to hospital.