Filed under: Uncategorized — Samantha Edwards at 6:24 pm on Monday, December 17, 2018

I have been at Longwood for four years now and these are just a few of the very beneficial courses I have taken. In one way or another each of the classes listed above have helped me develop into an expert in the fields of science and human relations. My science courses, Exploring Science in Our World, General Chemistry, Fundamentals of Life Sciences, The Dynamic Planet, Conceptual Physics Hydrology, and Environmental Geology have helped me gain knowledge about planet earth as well as how human interactions can alter our planet for better or for worse. To better understand these interactions humans have with the planet I have a lot of courses in the field of education and development as well as real life experience. Specially, my education courses, Human Growth and Development, Introduction to Teaching Profession: Practicum, Survey of Exceptional Children, Introduction to Ethics and Practicum Integration have helped me learn the ins and outs of how various people think and act. My Human Growth and Development course taught me the various processes and changes children undergo as they develop into full grown adults. My Exceptional Children course taught me the various kinds of disabilities and needs of children, and my Ethics course taught me moral principles. Both of these courses helped me to gain knowledge about not only peoples individual needs, but also how to teach people what is right and wrong and why it is either right or wrong. In my introduction to teaching profess: Practicum course as well as my Practicum Integration course I was able to put this knowledge to use in an actual real life classroom setting.


  • Human Growth and Development
  • Exploring Science in Our World
  • General Chemistry
  • Fundamentals of Life Sciences
  • Introduction to Teaching Profession: Practicum
  • The Dynamic Planet
  • Conceptual Physics
  • Survey of Exceptional Children
  • Introduction to Ethics
  • Hydrology
  • Environmental Geology
  • Practicum Integration

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