During my freshman year, I was in a Principles of Drawing class. This was the first art class I ever took. And, while I thank God for the principles I learned in that class, I thank Him even more so for my teacher. She did a wonderful job, and we all learned so much. I haven't had her as a teacher since, but I stop and talk to her almost every time I pass by her.
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A teacher's job is to teach, right? Give lectures, tests, quizzes--the usual classroom stuff. Maybe help us with homework or projects, and that's it. They do their duties, and we go on our way. Here at PCC, the teachers genuinely care and look out for us. For me, that really all started back with History...Read more
I didn't know what to expect when I chose Business Law as a class for this semester. I thought it would be boring and unimportant. I was wrong. Dr. Jeff Adams's unique approach to the subject has made fifty minutes of class lecture very interesting. He makes topics that are normally thought of as boring exciting by...Read more
Coming to college, I had imagined myself as being this little itty-bitty freshman with nerdy glasses, lost in a world of “professional” college students and professors who would not care. I saw myself on a college campus getting lost in the sea of people. Other times I imagined myself struggling amidst straight-A students, professional musicians,...Read more