I registered on time. I didn’t get all of the classes I wanted, but I got some. This is going to be the first semester where I’ve taken all on-campus classes… no classes online and no classes on the extension campuses. Anyway, on to my classes – - -
First there is, Exploring Teaching. I really needed to get into this class, as you can’t apply to the teaching program until you have taken it. The class always seems to be full, so I was relieved to finally get in it.
Then there is, Health Education in Elementary Schools. Wow, that sounds awesome huh? haha. Not sure what to expect here. This current semester I took Dance in Elementary Schools and thought “How bad can this be?” Well it was bad, really bad, my least favorite class I’ve taken thus far. Hopefully Health Ed is slightly better.
Third class is, Information Resources of Social Science??? WTF! I have not the foggiest idea what that even means… seriously. It is only a one credit hour class, so hopefully is easy smeezy. I needed to either take the class or test out of it. Seeing that I have no clue what it is, I figured why not take the class.
Next is, Trigonometry. SCARY!!! Not a class I had to have exactly, but I was scrambling to find classes that were available and that fit into the times I needed. This class was available and I would probably be taking it down the road anyway, so why not get it out of the way. Right? I’m scared to death!!
And lastly I’m taking, Biological Anthropology. It seems like everyone takes an anthropology class at one point or another, so I’m trying not to be freaked out by this science class. Science is not my strong point. But this class will finish up my general science needs and that makes me happy. The happiness fades when I remember that I will still have to take other science classes, just not for generals.
And there you have it… My Spring line up.