4 Responses to “my own learning”

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This class had a huge impact on me and I am so grateful for it. Never stop!

kmorisi said in May 22nd, 2009 at 20:27

Hi kmorisi, I have a question, and you definitely don’t have to answer it if you don’t want to, but when you say the class had a “huge impact” on you what do you mean? I’m really curious to know what you got out of it. thanks.

b.e. said in May 24th, 2009 at 7:52

It helped me see how many assumptions I hold and how to break them down. I apply so much of this class to my everyday, more than I have with anything else I’ve ever learned. This class taught me about myslef as a student, a worker, and a person. It was worth the stress, frustration, and hours it took from me. I wish everyone would take this class, I truly believe it would make a difference in how the worlds problems are approached. It was an invaluable experience.

kmorisi said in May 24th, 2009 at 18:07

kmorisi, I have a few more questions, and again totally up to you if you want to answer them. You make the class sound so great I want to know more; thanks for taking the time to teach me more about it.

“I apply so much of this class to my everyday, more than I have with anything else I’ve ever learned.”

I’m not sure I understand what you mean by this, can you give me a specific example maybe of how you apply this class to your everyday? And why was it different with your other classes?

“I wish everyone would take this class, I truly believe it would make a difference in how the worlds problems are approached.”

Since not everyone can currently take OT, what about the course or what you read etc., do you think every student/person should know or experience? What about the class do you think had the biggest impact on you as a learner?

b.e. said in May 26th, 2009 at 7:41

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