Thursday, August 26, 2010

First week of school

As I begin my 3rd semester at Rock Valley, I read about friends and family sending their kids off to school, and I think, hey, that's me putting on my backpack and walking out the door.

I have a full schedule this semester. I have a Career planning class, a Psychology class, an Anatomy and Physiology class, and lastly a Biology of Human Disease class. When I look at that list I can't help but think, "what was I thinking?!?" this is going to be a very tough semester for me. I am going to have a lot of reading to do in at least 2 of the classes. My human disease class not so much. The Teacher doesn't like the book we have for the class and won't be following it, however the material in the book will be helpful to study with.

So far the only class that is scaring me is the A&P. I'm not to sure about how I feel about the teach, on a side note, both my A&P and human disease teachers are younger than me.

Ok, enough fiddle farting around here, I have to go read a few chapters.

1 comment:

Mike Lyons said...

I once taught a college-level course. I was 21. All the students were older than traditional college-age students. It's a little odd to be on that side of the coin, too.