Jul 16, 2020
Very good, compact course. Gave me some valuable inputs. Special thanks for the input on how our minds frame our intercultural expevctations. Also, for the three strategies of conflict resolution.
May 21, 2016
Add an additional dimension of "wealth" to the list of intercultural topics. Class difference amongst poverty, middle class, and wealthy individuals and groups need to be understood.
By Mimibullybug Q•
Dec 8, 2015
Not enough face to camera time, in comparison with the other two modules in this course specialization. For me, that made it harder to recall the information effectively. But a very interesting topic.
By Abhilasha B•
Sep 16, 2016
While this course, tackled the core problems in dealing with intercultural communication, the videos and case studies were confusing to me.
By Lisa D•
Jun 18, 2017
This is a very good general overview of the topic but is short. I really enjoyed the peer review assignments.
By RAISSA M•
Apr 4, 2021
I love the topic and the ideas presented, the presenter can do better.
Jul 11, 2016
I am sorry to say, but I think this course helps me little
By Barbra V•
Jun 27, 2016
The information is well presented but painfully slow.
By Marino P•
May 10, 2016
Dec 3, 2018
It is OK
By Tamara A•
Apr 21, 2022
While I appreciate the overall concept that this course is teaching, I found that the speaker's method of teaching was very stilted and disjointed. Grammatically, his speech patterns are a mess and the transcipt underneath the speakers box definitely reflects this.
By Jana M•
Jan 3, 2020
It was easy to follow as a first introduction to the topic, but the content remained quite on the surface. Unfortunately the tasks were very vast and left a lot of room for interpretation. They did not 100% reflect the course content.
By Gelvis S•
Jul 11, 2019
The course content is good, but the materials are not good. They have a lot of placeholder images and not too much content on the slides.
Course teacher have problems with pronunciation and tone of recording.
By Laura E S•
Aug 7, 2016
This course means well, but with very little critical thinking required, it ultimately communicates good intentions over solid content.
By Lampros V•
Nov 4, 2019
too bad to wait for review another 3 assignments for being able to pass the course.
By Nithya R•
Nov 13, 2021
The course content is very useful. The training is very sub par.
By Diane H•
Dec 21, 2016
The instructors were not very engaging.
By Luiza C•
Oct 5, 2015
I really did want to take this course in a specialization mode. However I sampled some of the course videos in the different courses making this specialization and decided against it.
In the course videos we see no teacher or lecturer just pictures of people and power-point slides with a flat voice in the background reading the slides. In my opinion this does very little in making this topic interesting as it comes out flat and more work should have been put into making of this MOOC considering one has to pay for the specialization. There were also no discussion forums of any kind available. More work should be put into the making of the lecture videos by the school to give it a realistic classroom experience.
Unfortunately I dropped out of the MOOC because of the poor quality done by the school despite it being a topic of interest for me.
By Lauren Z•
Mar 31, 2020
This course wasn't what I was expecting it to be. I would be disappointed if I was a student on campus and took this class, as it was boring and a waste of time. There wasn't any content that the professor seemed excited to teach. Granted, its an online course where you have a script to follow - there were no outside examples, no inclination in his voice, no exciting material - period.
I stopped after the second lesson, as everything you'd imagine this course would be about is on google and likely already something you know.
By Erick T T•
Feb 9, 2016
I felt that the delivery was not effective. The pacing and tone of the speech was challenging for me to listen to. There were unnatural pauses within sentences, causing the lectures to drag out longer than necessary and it was difficult to connect the thoughts of a sentence together because of the unnatural pauses. The result of this was that it it required an inordinate amount of effort to understand each sentence and to put together the sentences into meaning.
By Alexandra J•
Aug 4, 2016
Actually, I am quite disappointed by this course. The language is so slow that it is terribly difficult to make sense of each sentence.
The content barely scratches the surface and there is neither a forum, nor an exchange with other learners. I miss interactivity and I am glad that I decided to preview the course and not pay for it as it definitely is not worth the money.
By Joshua S•
May 18, 2016
I have always loved the Coursera courses that I have taken, but this one is dramatically below the standard. It is lacking in terms of content, pedagogy, and production. I truly hope that this isn't the direction that Coursera is headed in, as this class seems more like a cheap self-help seminar than an academic course of study.
By Sandra K•
Aug 10, 2016
1- Almost no content , all just general knowledge
2- the instructor was very hard to follow, his intonation is totally off and the sentences are broken so you can't connect the thoughts together.
3- There was no forum and thus no interaction.
By Jen L•
Apr 12, 2019
Extremely basic discussions, not much technical theory, quality of the presenters/videos not as high for someone already working internationally, so perhaps more a course for truly beginners than in-field professionals.
By Yaakov H•
Nov 18, 2015
too easy, little content, can pass course easily without watching any of the videos
By Elisa N•
Jan 27, 2021
very bad quality and monotonic voice with videos that are boring. not worth it!
By Rafael D d D•
Mar 2, 2016
Too theorical and bold course