Asking questions for clarity is very important too me.
I like having email access to the teacher so that no matter what time of the
night or day I can just send an email with a question. Student Robin A.
How you interact with the teacher will strongly influence how well you do in a course. Some suggestions include:
ask thoughtful questions;
do advance preparation for upcoming lectures or assignments;
attempt to see the teacher's point of view;
don't complain to the teacher but instead focus on the material and state your concerns objectively;
let the teacher know that you think the course content is important;
let the teacher know that you sincerely want to do well in the course;
have the lecture notes, textbook and other course supplies with you in class, and when you see the instructor;
complete assignments on time!
Show genuine interest in the course
Professor Thomas M. Lancraft
Human Anatomy and Physiology Courses
at St. Petersburg College
St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus
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