Going into this class, I already had an idea on what it would be like. I had a feeling that this class would parallel the class I took in high school. In some aspects I was correct, but others I was not. The class in itself came easy to me, like I had been doing the material forever, but I had come to realize that this was the moment that begun my shift from teaching in a classroom to teaching in a public setting. I wanted to teach and help children learn the importance of our history, but I did not want to confine myself to a classroom. With that being said, in the back of my mind this thought lingered. It was not until next semester that I did the switch to have a concentration in public history.