How are you different now than you were in the beginning of the semester? How has this class and your experience in it influenced those changes? When I first choose this course I had spoken with Dr. Chapman who had originally be scheduled to teach it. I was expecting a class similar to the ones I've had with her before. However, when there was a new teacher teaching it I was a little apprehensive, so I became a little closed off to speaking up in class. By the end of the semester I had completely opened myself up and felt comfortable around my new professor.
Describes your strengths and limitations at the beginning of the course and/or semester, and how they progressed. Explain areas of most and least progress as a person and/or student. I was very quiet when I started this class
What did you learn from the text, the class presentations, the in-class exercises, and your self-project? In responding to this questions, try to focus on themes and general lessons rather than specific tidbits of knowledge. Explain any insights you have gained using specific examples. ?
What are the most meaningful things you learned this semester, whether it is about yourself, others, or life in general? ?
What did you learn not just in terms of content, but in terms of "process"? Stated differently, what did you learn about yourself in relation to other people in the class? Z(Were you more outspoken or quiet? Did you self-disclose or share minimally? How did you experience other people in the class in this sense? How was the structure or flow of this class different from other college experiences?) ?
What are your remembrances and regrets with regard to your experience in Psychology of Self? What memories are most significant to you? What do you wish had been different? What do you wish YOU had done differently? ?
Anything else you wish to state, question, share, criticize, compliment, or unload in this paper!
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