EDU-1110 FYS: "What Is Called Thinking?"

3 credits

Prerequisite: Open to first-year students only.

Although thinking styles can be described by different people, it is ultimately a unique process which can change over time. However, by gaining an awareness of one's own motivations, interests, and aptitudes at the beginning of their college experience, students understand how they learn/think in order to assist in course choices and identify life goals. What motivates and interests you? Is it tactile? Is it conceptual? Is it visual? Is it audio? Do you make it? Do you play it? Do you share it? This seminar will help you explore and articulate several aspects of your ways of thinking and learning. This is a first-year seminar course and meets the First-Year Seminar requirement of the GECC.