All Good Things Must Come to an End…

January 16, 2013 in News/Updates

At least that’s how I view the ending of a semester (I’m sure opinions may differ). For most of my students, this is where the road ends (for now). Many of you have shown considerable progress from the first day you walked through the door, completely unsure of the class and what you would be doing. I’ve seen quite a few of you who claimed you “have no creativity whatsoever,” disprove that theory, and then some. Whether it was photography, design, publication layout, etc., I was very happy with the pride many of you took in your work. I could see plenty of you push yourselves with each project, asking advice, researching for inspiration, etc.

As our time together draws to a close, I’ll let you in on a little secret. Your opinions matter. Your feedback matters. The very projects you completed this semester were born out of suggestions and feedback from your peers that passed through before you. Just like them, your feedback will also have an impact on future students taking my courses. Because, frankly, you (the students) are on the receiving end of every aspect of these classes, and I’m sure there are things you like, things you didn’t like, things I did as an instructor you didn’t like, and maybe…hopefully, things I did as an instructor that you liked. Here’s your chance to let me know how I did…and let me know what you thought about the course in general.

Remember…this is completely anonymous, so BE HONEST!

I hope everyone has a great second half of the year, and I hope to see some of you again in other classes in the future!



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