is, in part, about response. It is an organic experience in which you
grow and mature. What goes on in you, consciously or unconsciously?
The time you spend as a student in a classroom can at times be a mindless
waste. At other times you may
experience a deep insight, a realization of your own growth, a change which
surprises and pleases you.
At the end of each class session you are required to submit a single sheet of
paper, 8.5 x 11, without fuzzy edges, and with name, date, and number
written on the top right corner, on which you present an intelligent and
thoughtful response to the classroom experience using at least two of the
following three categories:
1. ONE INSIGHT: What did
you learn today in this classroom experience?
ca. 95% of the classes
B = ca. 85% of the classes = 27 to 25
ca. 75% of the classes
= 24 to 22
= ca. 65% of the classes
= 23 to 21
F = < 21
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