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November 26th, 2013, 08:21 PM
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Well?

What classes are you most looking forward too?

What are you most dreading?


I am so excited to get back to school!! My baby was due like right in the middle of the semester so I took off so I'm taking a full load again in spring! Only 2 semesters left for me hopefully till my Associates in Science - General or social science (whatever I get first lol)
I'm taking Philosophy 101, Pre-calc, Interpersonal Communication, PE and healthy psychology.

I'm really looking forward to Health Psychology andddd completely dreading Pre-calc...it's been almost four years since I've done math...and I actually need Calc for my career, but didn't test into it Oh well, a good refresher right?
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November 29th, 2013, 07:43 AM
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I'm only taking one. I'm still struggling with feeling like I have enough time to devote. I also have a rather full schedule with fostering and working essentially full time right now. Anyway, this spring I'll be taking "Introduction to Reading Methods"

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Focuses on promoting language and literacy skills as the foundation for emergent reading. Emphasizes phonetic awareness and alphabetic principles, print awareness and concepts, comprehension and early reading and writing. Addresses strategies for intervention and support for exceptional children and English Language Learners.
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December 1st, 2013, 03:02 PM
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I start in January for Winter term. (we have quarters not semesters) I'll be taking Anatomy & Physiology 1, Food & Nutrition, and a lower body & core PE class. A&P will take up the most of my focus, but apparently Food & Nutrition is time consuming because I have to do a food log project. I'm really looking forward to all of these classes.

The awesome part is that I have the PE class first thing in the AM, and then have 40 min until my next class. So I'll be able to shower, dress, and even pump before heading off to A&P. Then on my lab day I'll have another 40 min between lecture and lab to eat lunch and pump. I'm excited that it will work so well and won't hinder my supply.
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