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California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Soka University Japan - Transcend Art and Peace
Created: September 6, 2002
Latest Update: May 9a, 2003

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Week of May 4, 2003

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    From CRMJ/SOCA 363: Corrections

    On Thursday, May 8, 2003, Lindsay Weinstein wrote:
    On course feedback

    . . . Also, I just wanted to say that I have never taken a class with this learning-teaching style. When you take classes that consist of lectures and memorizing material, it tends to be monotonous and tiring and half the material is forgotten a week later. I have never quite got out of a class what I have gotten from yours and I appreciate it.

    lindsay -- thank you for the feedback.

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    From CRMJ/SOCA 365: Race, Crime and Law

    Melissa Ringler wrote on Friday, May 9th:
    On course feedback

    . . .So- I just wanted to email you to tell you that I have really enjoyed your class. It has opened my eyes up to all the many forms of racial disparities. I also want to thank you for introducing me to a new form of teaching (even though it was a lot more work). I was a little nervous at first about it, but I think I learned so much this semester because of it. . .

    melissa -- thank you for the feedback.

    Kendra Schnorenberg wrote on Friday, May 9th:
    On course feedback

    . . . I would just like to say that it was an interesting course and I appreciated the way that it was taught. It takes a lot of hard work to change the original way of doing things, and this course is one way of doing that. It was definately beneficial and worth while.

    kendra -- thanks for the feedback.



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    From CRMJ/SOCA 352: Law and Social Change

    On Thursday, May 8th, Jessi Jones wrote:
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    You were asking about class size the other day in class, I think that even though our class was a big number, things went well. We had groups big enough that we could get others' ideas, but yet small enough so that everyone had a chance to talk. And plus, with budget cuts, I think class sizes are going to start increasing. Just might want to change all the emailing so you aren't dragged down all the time.

    jessi --- thanks for the feeback!



    On Thursday, May 8th , Kim Faulkner wrote:
    On advice to Fall 2003 students

    Hey guys! My advice to you, is have fun, chose a creative measure that you want to learn more about get into it. But start on it right away, don't wait until the end of the semester decide what you want to do in the first couple of weeks. Oh, and don't forget to ask questions if you don't understand something, there is always someone who can help you. Good luck!

    kim -- thank you! i hope Fall 2003 students are listening.



    On Thursday, May 8th, James Spiller wrote:
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    Thank you! Also, I just wanted to send you a little feedback for my thoughts on the class. You introduced a completely different learning style. I appreciate the approach, and feel that I learned more, with the emphasis being on learning and analyzing the information, instead of memorizing and giving the information back to you in a test, like the traditional class.It made me really THINK, and question ideas, and learned culture, that I would not have thought about otherwise. So thank you for the experience, I wish I would have taken more classes with you.

    james -- you're very welcome! and thanks for the feedback!

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