Opps, two postings this morning, enjoy both!The motto of tiny Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, the place where I spent the better part of a decade completing a four year college degree is Fiat Lux, or Let There Be Light. My first semester there I was assigned to a class that was an introduction to the interdisciplinary humanities - the topic was the struggle between logic and emotion - it was approached through literature, philosophy, history, art (including film) culture, anthropology, and science. To say the class was enlightening is an understatement, it opened my eyes and stretched my mind in ways I never dreamed possible. The class challenged my perception and understanding of the world and life. It helped ignite my desire for adventure, exploring and learning. At times I need to be reminded of the value of exploring new things, of challenging my views and understanding of the world. I wish more of life was as effective as that class in opening my world and allowing the light to shine.
Describe a class where you learned, how to learn.