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- 1. Quiet Your Inner Voice
- 2. Argue With Yourself
3. Act Like You Are Curious
4. Find the Kernel of Truth
5. Focus on the Message Not the Messenger
Some compliments that JilMac found especially important:
WebDevelopment: Please explain your overall rating of your instructor & the course.
Spring2016- Throughout this course I've been challenged to conquer my fear of computers. It has been a struggle for me but through this course I really do feel like I have learned a lot about what goes into the basics of coding. One of the things I liked about this class was that it gave me the ability to explore new avenues of computer works that taught me different ways to use it. Most of the research I did was extremely helpful for how I learn. Through the skills I have gained through this class I hope to further my knowledge by working on my own personal website. Through this class I have learned about patience and persistence. There were hundreds of times that I thought I was doing something right and it turned out wrong but through that I've learned. I suppose that that's the point of school and learning. trial and error and then try again. Thank you so much for this experience I will be using these skills in the future!
Spring2016- I’ve truly enjoyed the research aspect of this course. It’s made me think differently and more intensely about a lot of things, not just limited to technology. It’s good to look at things with a broader perspective, sometimes. Yes, this is a web design course, but as we code, or work with computers, we are engaging in a whole interconnected world of networks and communication. I enjoy making those connections between what we do in class and what is happening in the world at large.
Fall2013-JilMac offers to come in before class and stay as long as you need her
after class. she is respectful and she is the most polite person. if you
do not understand something she will stop what she is doing and go over
it again or come over and help you. she makes sure everyone is on the
right page. I truly did not understand how to use them computer that well or what a website is made up of and this course showed me a lot about the web and how to use it. It also taught me how to be creative. This was one of my favorite courses.
Fall2013-JilMac is very concerned about our individual success
in her course. She is always available to help and completely
understands why people are having problems and is right there to resolve
them. She makes the assignments clear, challenging, and fun at the same
time. This course is like learning a new language that is forever changing; not an easy thing to teach and not an easy thing to learn. JilMac shows her understanding of this very well and makes this course far less stressful than it could be.
Fall2013-She is very helpful when you need her. She also is
very nice and makes sure everyone gets done with the work that they have
too. This course is challenging and very fun.
Fall2013-I would take another class by this instructor. Great positive classroom atmosphere! Not easy, and was challenging, but in a good way. I learned a lot!
Summer2013-Jil is a very easily reachable instructor. She encourages us to contact her BEFORE ware are melting down with a problem and is for the most part very laid back and wants us to take our time and get as much as we can out of a lesson before we head into the next one. Some of the scripting and the textbook don't work well with one and another. Jil has made up for this by providing us links to other texts and resources throughout the web.
Fall2012 - Microcomputer Applications -
- Rate the Instructor: Jil is a great instructor. She took the time to make sure each student was on track during each class. She made herself available to answer questions and provided clear step by step directions. I really enjoyed the class and would take another with Jil.
- Rate the Course: I work as an internet technical support representative for a specific online database, so felt pretty comfortable with this class, but it was still challenging for me. My goal was to learn 2010 Office, but I learned so much more than that. This is a great course for people that are familiar with older versions of Office, but want to learn the latest version.
talks us through her processes is how to more efficiently (and calmly)
problem solve for coding issues and how to more easily navigate all the
files, programs, and resources.
Spring 2013 - Digital Books - Jil is an amazing instructor! I have taken several classes from her and learn more every single time. I am a technically-challenged, middle-age adult who has difficulty with many software programs. Yet Jil has successfully taught me -- both the basics of any program she instructs -- and the know-how to teach myself more. I would recommend Jil in any class she teaches.
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