Date of Defense
Teaching, Learning and Educational Studies
Dr. Ariel Anderson
Dr. M. Arthur Garmon
When I began my studies through the Carl and Winifred Lee Honors College at Western Michigan University in the fall of 1995, I had mixed feelings about doing the capstone requirement, the thesis. In one respect, I never imagined myself accomplishing such a large undertaking. In another respect, I could not see myself not completing all of the requirements for the Honors College program, including the "dreaded" thesis! As I began my final year of college, I had pretty much decided against doing the thesis. I had a lot of other things to worry about. This was my last year of college, my last year to enjoy the college experience, the time that I would begin to say good-bye to college and begin to prepare myself for what lay beyond the walls of school.
Varso, Elizabeth Anne, "Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom: An Inside Look" (1999). Honors Theses. 1305.
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