I'm transferring into a University this fall (woot-woot); I'll be moving in next week! First time away from home. As such, I will start taking education courses, which I'm extremely excited about, because I've tried very hard to get all of my core classes out of the way (which can become slightly boring, waiting for your passion). I'll be taking a lot, of course, and I'm kind of curious what education courses are like. It's kind of hard to find anything online. I know every school is different, so your personal experience will be perfect. I don't know if I should be expecting a typical college class, where you sit, take notes, write an essay, and take your exams. Or if there will be a lot of movement. Standing in front of the class and trying to "teach" your classmates material, as if you were a teacher. Being thrust into small groups to figure things out... If it's the former, I wonder how that prepares one for student teaching... if it's the latter, that's going to be interesting/nerve wracking--having other aspiring teachers watch you attempt to teach them. xD Anyway, I'll be taking mostly Elementary Education oriented courses. Thanks for your time!