Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Warm fuzzy day

I'm teaching a non-majors class this semester. It's fairly small (20ish students); 3 hours of classroom and 3 hours of lab a week.

I got a total warm fuzzy from a student at the end of lab today. He said, "one of my friends took Chemistry last year and told me how hard it was. But you've made it relevant and fun. I loved learning about radioactivity and the poisoning of the russian spy."

That'll carry me for a while...

1 comment:

  1. Yay for good feedback from students. My current warm, fuzzy is from watching my students struggle with some relatively elementary statistics. The struggling means they are learning...and that I am teaching them something completely new.