Honors Coloquium Reflection

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In Honors Colloquium, I feel that what is working best is the way in which we are broken into groups. I feel that if it was attempted to teach the class as a whole and discuss as a whole not much would ever be covered. Mainly, due to not many people would participate and many would know that they could just brush off the class. However, in our groups, everything is more interactive and engaging. We are also expected and held to a standard of being prepared and ready to discuss reading in class, whereas in other classes you can get by without participating. In the sense of assignments, I enjoy them. At first, I wasn 't a fan, but once I visited my grader, I found a new perspective of this class. This class is meant to shape me and prepare not just for the rest of college, but for my life after I leave UNF. With this new outlook, I enjoy this class a lot …show more content…
Also, with the diversity assignment I feel as though I am gaining new understanding the more I experience, so I feel that this will be helpful in life and I appreciate that we have to do things like the diversity assignments as a class because I don’t feel as though I would do it on my …show more content…
I like doing the highs and lows first as like an ice breaker, but I don’t like to take the quiz before our class discussion or questions. I understand why it is set up this way, in order for the students who didn’t read to get an opportunity of understanding. However, I would like to have my questions about the reading answered prior to taking the quiz. I just feel that my understanding of the text is sometimes a little fuzzy and that can lead me to struggle drastically on the quiz. Yet, once we start the questions and discussion, I know the answer and I get slightly upset because I become aware as to what I was missing in my understanding and immediately know I answered the question incorrectly. I would just prefer questions to be answered prior to the

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