Spring 2017 Follow-Up Form
The follow-up form is key to steadily improving the experience for both participants and leaders.
Please select your course from the list. Alphabetized by the study leader's last name. If there were multiple sections of your course, please be sure you are selecting the appropriate section!
Jim Adler - Best American Short Stories 2017
Priscilla Clark - World Wandering Aboard Chautauqua
Greg Cook - A National Treasure: The Applacahian Trail (and Random Acts of Kindness)
Page Coulter - Poetry Writing: Plunge and Play
Larry Crocker - Actually Reading the Constitution
Patricia Crossett - Exploring FamilySearch.Org
Ford Daley & Julia Labier - Joan & Judy: The Queens of the Folk Revival
Roger Feldman - Films of the Family: (Not your usual home videos!)
Roy Finney - Relativity and why E=MC²
Robert Gasser - Drug Courts and Crime: Drug Courts End the Revolving Door
Maynard Goldman - The First Hundred Days "The End of the Beginning"
Michael Heaney - War May Not Be the Answer, But What Is?
David Henderson - Solving the Climate Problem - What to do about Greenhouse Gases
Mary Ann Holbrook - Mah Jongg: The Game of the Sparrows
Heidi Hoskin - Infant Narratives in the Bible (what happened to the kids?)
Rick Hutchins - Digital Photography Simplified
Bob Jakoubek - FDR and World War II
Vikke Jas - Early Wildflowers of the Upper Valley (11:30 AM)
Vikke Jas - Early Wildflowers of the Upper Valley (2:00 PM)
Sarwar Kashmeri - U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities 2017-2019 & Checklist to grade the Administration
Jim Kennedy & Alice Schori - Into the Weeds: Exploring Natural Landscapes
Werner Kleinhardt - Faith, Greed, Obsession, Power
Bob Koester - Discovering the Pacific Northwest
Lana Leggett-Kealey - DNA and Genealogy
Mark Lewis - The Golden Years of Italian Neorealism in Film
Josette & Raymond Malley - France Today
Joe Medlicott - Remembrance of Things Past: Writing Memoirs
Norman Miller & Bonnie Fladung - African Roundtable: Selected Topics from an Emerging Continent
Evangeline Monroe - Immigration - Change or Reform Under Trump
Rick Peck - Estate Planning: It's More Than Money
Rick Peck & Sue Kaplan - Fulfilling Your Health Needs: Top Quality Programs in Your Backyard
Lynn Peterson - Environmental Science and Poetry
John Randolph - Promoting Brain and Cognitive Health: What Helps and What's Hype
Stephanie Reininger - Watercolor Spring
Barry Scherr - Literature of the Gulag
Rob Taylor - From a “Closet Monarchist” to “Crooked Hillary”; Hate and Slander in Presidential Politics
Phil Tierney - The Eight Most Influential Stories Ever Told
Patti Warren - Painting the New England Landscape
Don Watson - James Ivory and Stephen Frears: How Two Very Different British Directors Achieved Excellence In Film
Jeff Wheeler - Cuentos Cortos en Español III
Bonna Wieler - Kayaking and Watershed Awareness
Mame Willey - How to Read a Poem
Jim Wilson - Election Post-Mortem: What did the voters say? Is there a way forward?
Jim Wooster & John Sanders - Great Decisions 2017
1. How many of the sessions did you attend?
If there were six sessions, for instance, and you attended all of them, write your answer as 6/6.
2. Your Overall Experience
With the Course Catalog description in mind, write a few words about how this class turned out or did not turn out to be what you expected. Please be specific. Do you think this course should be offered again?
3. Positive Aspects
From your experience, please write a few sentences about what worked well in this course. Be specific, where applicable, about presentation, discussion, organization, use of technology, etc.
4. Possible Areas for Improvement
Please supply any suggestions you have to make a class like this better for you as a participant. Feel free to be subjective, as people learn differently, but please be specific.
5. New Study Leader Suggestion
Know anyone you think would make a great study leader? Add their name here, along with the topic you have in mind.
6. New Leader Phone Number
Include area code and extension, if applicable.
7. New Leader E-mail
8. Suggestions for New Courses
Is there a subject you've always wanted to explore? A class you'd like to repeat? Here's your chance to help shape our future course offerings!
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