Bri's Classroom Review!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Today we're going to be talking about classrooms at and so classroom sizes are about 15 to 20 students on. The really cool thing is, the more specific you get into your major themes. Smaller, your classes get so the more attention, um, and focus will be on you specifically, which is really helpful, especially when you get into the higher level classes. You need that when I want attention a little more. In addition to this, our students faculty ratio is also pretty small. We really want professors to be able to interact with students, want a one and to help them individually, as we talked about in a previous video. One of the guidelines for hiding your Professor is that they are a mentor, students and not just an adviser. We really want professors and students to be able thio, interact and for professors to really help students. So there a lot of professors that I feel like I have great relationships with on campus, and everyone here has their own professors that they feel really helped them during their time here really helped them to grow spiritually, individually and definitely in order to be open with students, professors have their office hours posted on their doors or they have them posted on their Cilla by Andi. This is so that students always know when professors are available to them. They always encourage students that if they cannot meet them during any of their office hours to give them an email and they'll try to make the Times work that thank you, Professor is just really want to help in any way they can. If students are going through a tough time, professors are always able to step up and really help on. Do you want to do that? Since I'm a psychology major a lot of my classes or make sure of lecture and discussion eso a lot of times you'll start out with a lecture on go into some hands on work. For example, I'm taking classes so Mr called Brain and Behavior. While we have lectures Monday, Wednesday, Fridays on Thursdays, we have lap time, Um, and so far we have done a lie detector test we have done a sheep brain dissection. Um, to be prepared for whatever track of psychology, we decided to go down later on just to be prepared for that job as much as possible. A really great thing about home is that since the classes air so small, you're able to do things that you wouldn't on a normal, bigger campus. I took developmental psychology and my professor had recently had a baby on DSO. One day she brought in her little toddler on described what developmental stages that she was going through. In an example of all the things you've been learning. In addition to this, we've got play with the baby and just have a great time, which is awesome. I really appreciate the sizes of the classes. That how, um, it doesn't feel intimidating to ask a question or to bring up an answer in class. You really do get that attention from your professor that you might need, um I remember specifically one of my classes. I just read a paper and my professor was talking about it and he told me straight out, like, You can do better than this. So I took that advice and I roll with it, and I did much better in my next paper. Just something as simple as your professor pointing out to you the potential they see in you on dshaughnessy, you that you haven't been using it fully. Another really cool thing about Hood is that is very unlikely for student to all four years here without having gone to professor's house at least once. Um, one of my classes went to my professors house for a bonfire and we met their Children and their chickens. Then when it started writing, we all went inside, have team play games. Um, and again, this is just to get to know your professors on a one on one level to feel comfortable with them. To be able thio, ask them questions and get help from them anytime overall. I've loved learning, and I loved growing with the students in my class, but also with my professors helping me along the way on.