I am mindful of the importance of listening, not only in what we hear, yet too in what we read. In this day and age amidst all the technology, I think sometimes society has made it easy to tune out the specifics of documents, emails, or any form of written word. Typically I teach in a graduate rehabilitation program, yet too I teach overload in our psychology department. ... Yesterday I gave the undergraduate students a survey form inquiring of their learning styles, comfort levels in class, and their goals for the semester.....
"What would you like to get out of this class?"
One student wrote... "I love to run, bike and cross country ski!!!!"
Yeah, we need to "listen" to what we read!!