Wheaton classrooms at their finest
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we are in a classroom on the third floor of Blanchard Hall on DH. This is actually my anthropology classroom on as you can see behind me, it's not very big. Most classes at Wheaton that I've personally attended have been between fifteen to thirty five students, so not very large. As you can see, it's currently set up inroads for my class, because it's really discussion based. We get the chairs all pushed the side, so it's in you. The professor stands in the middle, and we all kind of sit around him. I like it this way because we get to see each other across the room and we have a lot of small group discussion, so I'll turn to my neighbor and talk to her for a while in the classroom on DH. Itjust is really personal, and I like that. It's small because I get to talk to so many people and that pretty much everyone I know what the name of every one of my classes and I have, like some type of connection to them through one of the discussions we've had in the class, so that's something. I think that's really special about Wheaton and specifically just small schools in general. I guess on is that it allows for a really good class community and just having flexible chairs like this, and it can just move around and who really format it to best suit your class.