Understanding How Students Perceive Workload
Students think some courses are harder than others. They also work more in some classes than in others. Faculty still routinely tell students that for every hour spent in class they should spend two hours studying out of class, even though much survey data has established that even students who do very well in courses do not spend two hours studying outside of class.
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