Whats the best class you ever took?

@caecal07 (197)
United States
September 22, 2010 3:52pm CST
The best class I ever took was an anatomy class. My professor was teaching it to a class of physical therapy students and she was wonderful. I felt like I always learned something new every class and I was never bored. I want to know about your experience and why you liked that class.
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• Singapore
23 Sep 10
My best class I would say is my physics class. I always learn soemthing new there. THe lessson is never boring and the teacher always have sweets whenever we gave her the right answers. For 2 years I had that class with the teacher. She was one of a kind
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@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
I want to take physics with her... As I posted to someone else I now enjoy physics but all of my physics professors have been horrible to take class with.
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@Rallon (442)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Physics was always my favorite subject in school as well. It is very difficult and challenging, but I enjoyed it all the same. It is essentially learning about how and why the universe works the way it does. I also had a very hard teacher though. He would fill up three chalk boards at a time - with ONE physics problem! He was a little too into his job, but a very smart guy. I wish that I was a little better at math and maybe I could pursue a career in the field, but alas it seems it can only be just a hobby for me.
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
29 Sep 10
The class I'm taking is a math-less physics class... It's really interesting and I really enjoy it... However its very difficult because I understand the math but I don't always understand the theory without the math...
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
23 Sep 10
There was a series of three History classes that I took in High School that were pretty much one after another and taught by the same teacher. They were World History One, World History Two, and World History Three. I liked how pretty much all of the important events throughout the world were taught as well as you could with three single semester classes. The instructor was rather knowledgeable as well, so that's always a plus. Also I did like the Business Law class that I took. It was only one Semester, but I enjoyed it. It ended with us doing a Mock Trial. I thought it was a great learning experience. Of course, I hope that I would never be actually on trial, but still I have a lot of knowledge and fond memories. Those are the two classes that really stick out the most throughout my entire time of school as being the best as far as I am concerned.
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@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Those sound like some pretty interesting classes... Especially the law one... How did the mock trial run?
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
23 Sep 10
As an Indonesian my best class was English, cause I get admired from others. Many of my friends got expert in other class, but they poor in English. Junior high school was the first time I know about English, from that I get expert time to time.I got admired by so much expert in other class, so I can exchange my knowledge with them.
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
28 Sep 10
Too bad, I don't have it.You might be know that the educational grade in my country are too low. At my school, English was the only one foreign langue to learn.Even I also have an interest on learn other language like Germany.I have work now so it seem hard for me to back to school.
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
29 Sep 10
Well look it up on your computer there are some online classes as well as like rosetta stone which is really interesting... If you work hard enough you might be able to learn something...
@Devilova (5396)
• Indonesia
29 Sep 10
Well, the problem is so much time I have to spend in the work.While when arrive at home, getting tired and lazy to think again. Maybe later I will try to do your advice. Thanks sis.
• United States
23 Sep 10
The best class that I have had so far would have to be my fundamentals of drawing class. Their was always a new technique that we were learning.
• Philippines
23 Sep 10
I can relate to that, however, when I was in college I don't have all the drawing instrument to make my projects. I resorted to borrowing from my classmates and has to endure the waiting time first before I can finally start my own. Moreover, my painting class is what I can classify as the best class I took. Although, our teacher does tell us a lot of technique in painting. I do enjoy it for it is my first painting class I ever join. It is fun and exciting sense it is my first time to paint in a canvass and it feels that I am going to be a professional painter someday, plus a motivation that our paintings will be place in an exhibit. I kinda miss it.
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Wow I never had any kind of connection to an art class... Hope your enjoying it.
• Philippines
28 Sep 10
The way you feel about your anatomy class, is the way I feel about Chemistry. I love Chemistry. And if there was an html code that would make the word Chemistry swoon and glow, I would have added it here already. Seriously though, I used to hate Math when I was younger, but oddly enough, I love solving Normality and Molecular Mass and all that stuff for my Chem classes. It was a refreshing and unexpected love affair.
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
29 Sep 10
I like chem too. Really any science is a great thing... I love it, and math I just felt like my anatomy professor was pushing us into the world... As a physical therapy student it was nice to hear her talk in both medical and general terms... I always hate when health professionals talk above the patient and she taught us to talk to people and to always remember they are people... Helps me everyday.
@pandapig8 (362)
• Philippines
23 Sep 10
The best class I've ever taken has to be multimedia. I was supposed to take-up multimedia arts and sciences but the schools were way far-off for me to be studying there. I ended up taking Information technology instead. The curriculum has multimedia electives and some that are really integrated into curriculum so I was really happy when the time came that I had to take-up multimedia. This was the subject, finally, where I could show-off my skills and talents as a designer and programmer. I was proficient with Adobe products. I excelled in this subject and got a 1.25 in lecture and laboratory where 1 is considered to be the highest. It's actually a different feeling when you get to do things you love and that's why I loved the subject multimedia :D It was my passion and it actually made me feel better because by the time I finished the multimedia course, I was falling in love with the programming side of multimedia... hence, information technology became more of an excitement than a bore :p
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Thats pretty cool kinda how physics worked out for me... Hated physics until I saw how it applied to the human body and now... Physics is fun even the parts that don't apply...
• India
23 Sep 10
Wow that was really nice. I also took a similar class and it was related to the human psychology. A professor one day told us that a famous personality would come and give a seminar on psychology and boy was it the best seminar i had ever seen. I mean the way by which one could read,think and even manipulate others in a way which one wanted wasa simple matter of tricking the human mind. That's what i had learnt. She explanied so nicely and all the students were struck with her words. I guess she had got all the attention. Cheers!
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Who was the famous personality? I'm a little confused by your post.
• Philippines
23 Sep 10
HISTORY!!! For me, it was the best because of our professor. I learned lessons not only applicable on his subject but to all aspects of my life. He imparted his knowledge to us greatly and his not only a teacher for me but he was also a good adviser in terms of our personal problems.
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Those are the best kinds of teachers thats how my Anatomy and Physiology teacher was.
@aarpees (149)
22 Sep 10
The best class I have taken was HUmanity Class. I have been so into society, politics, poetry and writing that it really caught my attention. Our professor was great, she helped us to open our minds and think creatively with the poem interpretation. It was really really fun.:) BTW, anatomy class is also a very nice class.:) We took it for a year, gross and histo, and I really felt I have learned a lot
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
I loved my high school humanities class. It was supposed to be a cross between english history and economy. It was great. We had 2 professors and they knew how to make life easier. We would learn write and grade. We usually were learning about a time period did some research/reading about that time period and wrote one paper to tie it all up. It was great no separate english and history papers.
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@bmlynn09 (61)
• United States
22 Sep 10
The best class I have ever taken would have to be my college english class. The teacher really opened my eyes on different styles of writing and how to make your writing more appealing. He challenged us but only because he knew what our potential was. The things i got out of that class really helped me become a better writer.
@caecal07 (197)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Thats really great... Are you a writer or is it just a hobby?