By then it felt more than just a class and opened my eyes to very different ways of teaching styles.
I believe there is much to learn from this experience, both then and now.
In Part One, Jen Schwanke, Amy Sandvold, Anne Jenks, and Sarah Thomas shared their top moments.
You can listen to a 10-minute conversation I had with them on my BAM! You can also find a list of, and links to, previous shows here.
I've never done anything like that in a class before.
I think that when teachers introduce students to hands-on activities and projects the students enjoy it more. We learn better when we're allowed to move around and be creative.
Response From Leslie Servin During my time in high school I had it really good moments, but my best moments that I've experienced are in a particular class during my senior year, in Sacramento, Calif.
So I was basically a new student in these kind of classes and also I'm English learner. I didn't want to do it, but finally I did it and that one was my best moment.
The learnings that I acquire made it so good this moment because I know that I have to trust on me.
Something teachers or students can learn from my experience is that we have to overcome our fears and not let them control ourselves because we can't know our capabilities if we are afraid.