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honeybbqgrundle Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @2:52 am  

I think a lot of community colleges will have lecturers with only master’s degrees, but for the most part you’re right.

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Warisover100 Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @3:26 am  

Most college these days use Chalk boards O.o

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Warisover100 Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @4:04 am  

No.. PHD degrees to Teach College courses O.o

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honeybbqgrundle Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @4:33 am  

I’m also a little confused, but not for the same reason as this guy. Doesn’t one need at least a Master’s to teach college level courses?

I wouldn’t expect some of those comments and questions from graduate students in science.

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spoozy Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @4:53 am  

i haven’t seen anyone use a chalkboard since elementary school

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Warisover100 Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @5:12 am  

Im a 9th grader.. Lol i dont know wht he talking about and what’s the purpose of this course xD

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Waranle Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @5:14 am  

@Wcoltd let me ask you something, any chance that you are a woman? lol

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Wcoltd Said,
April 23rd, 2010 @6:07 am  

Teaching should be about making people wonder about something, I like Walther Levin, where the style of teaching is much more original, he says “I am going to blow your mind” and he shows the class a contraption and he leaves them to wonder about how it works.

I also like to watch videos with Richard Feynman where he asks the question what keeps the train on the tracks? and he describes the shape of the wheel – and it all seems so interesting and elegant.

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