I know I say this a lot, but seriously, this stuff is always on the exam! Two pieces of advice: don't exempt this one, and don't get overconfident after the test from last week. I hope I don't have to be more explicit.
Be sure to read Strayer's comments under History and Horse Races. I'd like to have an intelligent CONVERSATION about that.
I heard from so many people over the past couple of weeks who are so excited about a breakthrough. You guys are figuring out what YOU need to do to manage a huge volume of material! It's very personal, and usually emotional, when someone makes a big leap forward in their understanding of them-self. For those of you who aren't there yet, the solution is doing the work. The work will energize your creativity so you can teach yourself how to learn efficiently.
I'm looking forward to talking with you guys over this break. I'll actually have some time to see what you guys are thinking as you read this pivotal story in our world history soap opera.
Welcome class of 2020. Some years students collaborate in this space effectively, some years not so much. One thing I know, collaboration significantly enhances learning. If you want access to my thoughts, this is the collaboration space to use. Most people propose an answer to margin questions, big picture question, or anything else related to managing Strayer. Other people can then comment leading to a stronger answer. I'll keep an eye on these pages, and pop in when I think you need me.