|Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2003 || Is it December yet?|
Having allowed over 16 years to pass between Algebra classes, one of the last things one wants to hear from one’s instructor is:
Yeah, you really shouldn’t take a math class once a week at night. It really isn’t a good idea.
To say that I felt a little overwhelmed would be an understatement.
Number two thing you really don’t want to hear your Algebra instructor utter:
You will need to do at least 100 problems between now and the next class. That's the minimum. Did I mention that you should do at least 100 problems? Just checking.
Yeah, she really had the encouragement mojo going tonight.
She is an okay instructor. Perhaps a little, um…er….is it politically incorrect to say that ADD crossed my mind?
Perhaps it was just that her brain was going a lot faster than her mouth and/or hand as she scribbled across the white board.
Are you all tired of my college talk yet?
I also had my Human Biology lab. I believe I heard the instructor mention dissecting a brain.
The fact that she told us in lecture that a brain is roughly the consistency of very lumpy oatmeal so makes me want to dive right into one of those babies.
It may be a very, very long semester.
But speaking of the lab, it was pretty cool so far. Very preliminary. Like “these are the parts of a microscope and this is what they do”.
And we got to look at some of our own cheek cells. I have to admit, that was kind of neat.
So, day two down. I have been to at least one session of all of my classes. I don’t start my fitness class until October. I don’t feel as tired tonight, but I know if I don’t get to bed soon, I will be hating life when I have to get up for my 7:30 AM class.
Perhaps some integer practice will bring on the need for snooze.
Do you think Math teachers fine-tune their teaching methods in Turkish prisons?
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