What I’ve Heard From Students This Fall 2019

One of the joys of being a college professor is hearing back from students after a semester is over, via email. I’ve worked with students one-on-one A LOT this semester, to as point of giving to some of them daily feedback on assignments which resulted in students doing very well in all my classes.

The more feedback an instructor gives, the more students learn and the better they get. Like my colleagues and peers at LeeU, I like to give back more to my students than what the class cost them. I did my best with much care… I must add.

These are some of the comments I received this December, so far… Here we go.

“I wanted to thank you for everything this semester! I have truly learned a lot about Social Media, how to grow your account, how to be authentic, and so many other things! I also wanted to thank you for your passion and energy that you bring to class and your interactions with students!”

“Thank you for everything you did in class! I really enjoyed it and took away a lot of content that I am sure will help me in my future.”

“Thank you so much for an excellent semester. I have thoroughly enjoyed your web design course and have learned so much from you!!”

“I just wanted to thank you for everything you taught me, I’m most definitely utilizing those skills on a daily basis.” 

“I came to this class to get some tips to play better golf… Doctor A came and gave me a few tips… Kind of tailoring my swing for me… Giving me a lot of helpful tips on speed, accuracy and ball contact. I can definitely see an improvement now. I was able to break 45 on a nine for the first time ever.” 

“Thank you so much for the great semester, I really enjoyed your class and learned a lot about social media engagement.”

“I had so much fun in your class Dr. A. I did learned so much about WordPress, and thank you so much to help me out with my website. Thank you.” 

“You are an incredible professor and I thank you for all that you have done and for taking the time to personally help me with my website outside of class.” 

— Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man, and he will increase in learning, Proverbs 9:9 — KJV. Thank you God for making me into a college teacher.


  1. What a great teaching philosophy. With so many things in life, the more you pour in, the greater the chance for it to overflow.

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