Taking up the course of Fundamentals of Music Theory by the University of Edinburgh has been a big mistake. From the beginning itself, the instructors are in the assumption that all of us know things about Western Music. They speak at such a fast pace and bombard us with all terminologies without giving sufficient time to grasp the knowledge. Then, they direct us to Wikipedia articles which seems very unprofessional. Also, the quizes are at some different difficulty level and do not have much connection to what is taught in the videos. I could never pass a quiz in the 2nd attempt. It usually takes 5 attempts to pass a quiz. Then, Week 3 was completely over my head. And I reached out to the learner's forum of that week. And that's when I realised that it's not just me who is facing this difficulty. It's literally everyone on the forum bad mouthing the course and the misconnections throughout the course.
I am completely unknown to Western Music and I was really looking forward to learn through this course so I applied for financial aid too. Now I am least interested to continue the course but if I unenroll I cannot continue the other courses which I am doing simultaneously related to Education field.
Can someone suggest what can be done? And how to reach out to Coursera and make them aware of this issue?