For me, there are days in which I miss taking a class to continue my education, whether the course is in theological studies or something more hands-on, like computer courses. As I see photos reminding me of my days in the classroom, I wonder what type of class would I like to take next? I know chemistry was my toughest course, so I would probably stay away from the math-based science classes. Maybe I would retake a course on the history of the human language or anatomy and physiology…
So, as students wrap up their years or maybe their academic careers, let’s reflect upon our school days in today’s Friday Five:
- Favorite class during your many years of schooling
- Toughest class you have taken
- Class you would love to retake
- Favorite seminary or theologically-themed class
- Dream class – if you could design the ultimate undergraduate/graduate course, what would it be?
Please respond below in the comments or use this as a prompt to write a blog post. Remember to post the link in the comments.
The Rev. Michelle L. Torigian is the Pastor of St. Paul United Church of Christ, Old Blue Rock Road in Cincinnati. Her essay “Always a Pastor, Never the Bride” was in the RevGalBlogPals book There’s a Woman in the Pulpit. Torigian blogs at http://www.michelletorigian.com.
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