Virtual Tours by Students
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We have a moment home in between classes right now, so it is not as busy. It's front of it, these three stories and a lot of my classes in here. Luckily for me, it is right across from my dorm building, so it is very convenient the mornings to have a quick, about five minute walk to get here. So I'm in the basement of Bowman Hall right now, and this is what one of the sort of lab classrooms do look like. I have a psychology class down here, and it's more hi tech. You could see that there's a lot of TV's in this room. Because it's very spacious and students are able tto learn in almost any direction of classroom, so it makes it easier to learn the chairs removable. There's a lot of, UH, outlet, so students could have their devices like computers, cell phones, anything that they need to hook up. So it's a very useful room that students like to study in out of class time, and it's useful in class. Time is an example of what a typical classroom looks like in Bowman Hall, and this is on the first floor of Bowman. I have my macro economics class in here, and a lot of my business classes are in classrooms like this. My class has about twenty five people for students in it, and it makes for a nice learning environment. It's a very classic learning environment, but it's still very fast with the lecture hall. I had my general psychology class in here, and there's about fifty of us in this classroom, so it is a very long classroom. Not as much wide, uh, like in McKinney, but it's still very suitable for many students to be able to learn effectively in this building.