NOTE ON SUMMARIES
Just below each recording you will find a basic class summary. They are the equivalent of rush transcripts which have not been completely edited so may have some typos or items missing due to transcription errors. Not all classes have summaries and the summaries only provide a general idea of what was covered and not the entirety. They are included for assisting in following the classes and finding pertinent subjects covered.
SUGGESTED WAY TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS CLASS
These lessons have been setup so that you may listen to them and then reflect on what has been heard at your own pace and in your own time. This is a self administered or guided course meaning that there are no grades or assignments except those that you set for yourself and you can ask for as much guidance through the discussion forum as you want or not at all in accord with your needs.
It is suggested that you choose any or all of the ways to benefit from the course. You may use the following procedures below to get the most out of the course according to the level of interaction you prefer.
FOR SELF STUDY AND REFLECTION: General self-assessment and Improvement and reflection questions:
You may follow this procedure for personal study and self-development.
1- Keep a journal with notes from the classes on items you find important or that you would like to followup on.
2- As you listen keep the following questions in mind as simulators and assistants to getting the most out of the class.
A-What are the important themes being covered in this lecture?
B-What items have been covered that I need to incorporate into my understanding about life going forward?
C-What do I need to do to take action on and what do I need to do to take steps on that path of action?
FOR MORE DIRECTED STUDY-Specific lesson question:
The specific lesson question is about a specific area of interest covered in the lesson and you can listen for it in the lecture recording or find it in the summary. Doing this will help you work through the lesson and also gain an important teaching being imparted in that lesson to be reflected on and remembered. This is a more intensive study.
Once you find the answer to the specific question you may choose to post your thoughts in the discussion forum and ask for feedback on it to verify you understood correctly or you may have a question about it. If so you may post that and wait for feedback (guidance/mentoring) on it.
CLASS RECORDING FOR LESSON #15