One of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them. Here is a recent example:
I always enjoyed Professor Strongman’s Legal Ethics classes when I was studying in John F. Kennedy’s Paralegal Certificate Program. Professor Strongman is one of the best professors I have or will ever come across, in all aspects of teaching and personality.
What I most admire about Professor Strongman is his remarkable ability to stimulate students and add personality to the course material. Students can feel the energy and optimism radiate from his teaching. His dynamic teaching style makes students listen attentively to him. The time he spends to give feedback for the assignments helps everyone understand what the most common mistakes were, and provides individual feedback to each student with regards to his/her weak and strong points.
Professor Strongman does not only teach exceptionally well but he also cares a lot about the level of understanding of each student. He takes the extra effort to make sure all students that need extra help are accommodated, despite his busy schedule. His lectures are highly organized, and the level of attention he gives to his students is unsurpassed. It is tough to mention all of his amazing qualities here and the ones mentioned above only scratch the surface.
We all have to strive to achieve the best. In universities, the effort of a professor makes all the difference in helping students reach their full potential. If we would have professors like Professor Strongman, then I am positive that every student will be eager to learn and achieve their academic goals.
Shan Li, Paralegal, Severson & Werson
About the Author: Ken Strongman (www.kpstrongman.com) has years of experience and a growing national reputation as a mediator and arbitrator. He has successfully resolved more than a thousand disputes in the fields of construction defects, real estate, intellectual property, and employment. He is also a Mediator and Arbitrator for FINRA.
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