05 Plato and Aristotle.new

05 Plato and Aristotle.new - Lecture 5 Classical Greek...

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Lecture 5 Classical Greek Philosophy
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Class Overview Class Items Course feedback and questions Course activities and learning improvement Quizzes Exams How to improve your learning Project discussion (collaborate with others) Classical Greek Philosophy Socrates Plato Aristotle
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What is the purpose of this class? The History of Creativity in the Arts, Sciences, and Technology course will be examines the history of civilization with a broad, traditional liberal arts treatment supplemented by an examination of the changes in civilization enabled by technology.
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How do class activities help fulfill course learning outcomes? 1. Describe the great events, technologies, and people of civilization. 2. Explain how the great events, technologies, and people of civilization influenced the history of the world. 3. Explain how creative people and works played a critical role in the progression of mankind. 4. Compare and contrast creative periods and attempt to discover why those periods were creative. 5. Understand the creative process and its origins. 6. Appreciate and evaluate creativity. 7. Examine the relationship between creativity and the gospel. 8. Become more creative.
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How does this class fulfill BYU Aims? 1. Spiritually strengthening 2. Intellectually enlarging 3. Character building 4. Lifelong learning and service What are you DOING to fulfill these aims?
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Course Questions Application (1) Architecture (16) Art (3) Brain (4) Use of class time (3) Creativity (23) Drama (12) Historians (4) Brainhoney (1) Medicine (3) Philosophy (1) Politics (11) Religion (12) Science (5) Society (21) Test prep (19) Twitter (6) War (12) No questions (49)
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Mid-course evaluations Interaction: I really like how the class is so interactive. I don't think I have had another class that has so much participation Pretty boring and not enough class involvement. maybe more iclickers, videos, etc. Lectures: The professor hurries through the slides too much The professor takes time to discuss points in the ppt, rather than solely running through the bullet points. Quizzes Want more time Projects Want more examples, direction, and instruction Twitter Not convinced it will help me learn Exams Don’t know how to prepare
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Quizzes and Exams Quizzes Quiz 5 was due today Quiz 6 due next Wednesday I’ll be dropping the lowest two quiz scores at the end of the term. Exam Example exam posted on brainhoney Exam 1 = Monday – Saturday Exam 1 take home question available today at 6:30 due Wednesday, October 6 at 3:30 pm on Brainhoney
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Working at Learning What study skills do I have? What additional study skills should I develop?
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course MFG 201 taught by Professor Terry,r during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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