Heh. Here’s a very, very excited college student who just had her first communications studies lecture and is literally jumping up and down with joy because – 35% of the grade is for blogging! And she’s a blogger!

I sure hope her lecturer gets to see that video – what an awesome student response 🙂

3 thoughts on “happy student

  1. Autumn

    Now that’s enthusiasum for her education. Damn… Also, it make me sooo want to read her blog.

  2. Stephanie

    What a great response…complete with her own blogging soundtrack! I am teaching a blogging class on Tuesday and I think I just found what I will open with!

  3. Jill

    Oh, that’s excellent Stephanie – if you do use it, I’d love to hear how your students react!!!

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