End-of-Course, Reflecting on Your Course Experience

Creative Commons licensed image posted at Flickr by Tristan Martin

Creative Commons licensed image posted at Flickr by Tristan Martin

1. Reflect on the following questions.

  • What surprised you this semester? Why?
  • Revisit the course goals and syllabus. Can you find traces of what surprised you within those documents?
  • Revisit your course goals and expectations. Do you still think they were appropriate for the class? Why or why not?

2. Write a one-page “How to Survive <insert course title>” document for students who take the course next term.

3. Upload your reflection and survival guide.


17 thoughts on “End-of-Course, Reflecting on Your Course Experience

  1. karen aguilar

    Final Reflection
    1. I learned that there is still a lot of inequality in our schooling systems and that minorities receive the worst education while the white kids are getting special attention and are being helped to be more successful
    2. I also learned that even though women may go to school to get a bachelors degree that she will not be taken as serious as her male partner because employers think that women don’t really need the help since the male is the bread winner
    3. I was really shocked to learn that 1/6 minorities attend school with other minorities there is no diversity.
    4. I also learned a new word which is credentialism, it basically describes my life and how important it is to have a degree in my culture.
    5. I really loved taking two classes with you this semester. You have changed my life into being a critical thinker. Thank you Dr. T

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