What my classroom environment is like
Virtual Tours by Students
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
So I'm back again? Um, I kind of wanted to explain to you my class that from today. So if you watch some of my other videos, you know, that I showed you, um or the recent clips. I just showed you footage of me and that some of my classrooms, the classroom that I showed you Most of the footage in was my fashion illustration class and my P F W class, and it stands for personal fitness and wellness s O that classes, actually, but when I was in today was actually a lecture hall, you'll have your actual activity gym class two days a week, and then you'll have your lecture, like, sometime for the third time. So I have my lecture on Lee on Wednesdays, and then I have the actual activity portion on Mondays. You're not sorry on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so that's kind of how that works. Okay? I was a cheerleader in a gymnast, but that does not mean that a girl likes physical activity. I mean, I go to the gym, but I just would prefer to not have to have a P F W class, and it's one of my required courses to graduate, you know. If you study and work hard, it's really just memorization. He actually offers the notes on Blackboard, which is what a lot of universities used to get information to the students. It's where you get your assignments and everything. The class itself is generally large just because almost all of the physical ed courses in college for that, you know, a specific course or like five courses. So we go into our individual activity classes like I take aerobics and so on Tuesdays and Thursdays, I meet with the people in my aerobics course. I want to say I have twenty people and my small group class, but in our actual lecture, I want to say there's close to one hundred people in that room possibly want one hundred to two hundred cause I think our capacity is like one fifty in the room and all this heat are always filled. In terms of office hours, every single teacher I've had offers office hours. So if you accept, except for some of my math teachers, because my math teacher is a very, like a single cranky. The teacher should still willing to meet with the students and talk to you. So you always have office hours is an option to meet with your professor and talked about anything, whether you're struggling in class or whether you just want them to understand that you exist in that classroom, you can always similiar teachers. During syllabus week, it's always mentioned, like where their office hours are, what times they're offered and everything else. So I kind of want to break that down and explain it to you, so that made more sense.