Course Reflection

Course Reflection - John Malloy HON182 Reflection Thus far...

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John Malloy HON182 Reflection April 26, 2010 Thus far, this class has been incredibly enjoyable. From the OPC classes, to rock climbing in class, to our weekend trip, I have loved every moment of this course. This is not to say, however, that certain things could not have been improved. I will get to those later, though. I’d first like to mention how the course compared to my expectations. Coming into the course, I honestly expected it to be pretty unstructured and less of a formal class than most. For the most part, this was true, and it was carried out quite effectively. The instructors had a very nice balance between structure and freedom, which made the class much more enjoyable. Instead of just talking at us, the instructors got us involved in many activities and heavily encouraged participation in discussion. On this same note, I really liked how we could guide the discussion in nearly any way we wished within reason. Even while allowing this, we always managed to fit the planned lesson in and talk about all the main points the
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course HON 182 taught by Professor Huang during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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