Mind Map of Christine Moser (Things that Are Important to Me) (Family (two…
Mind Map of Christine Moser (Things that Are Important to Me)
two dogs (Maggie and Jake)
Maggie is a 15 pound yorkie poo
Jake is a 60 pound vizsla
I live in St. Louis, Missouri and I have lived there my entire life
My mom works at Emerson tool company in industrial automation.
My dad works at sandisk in sales
Volunteering - I was very involved in this organization called nurses for newborns back in St. Louis
I have previously worked in a lab where I did research on sleep apnea
worked as a nanny and a camp counselor
Things I like to do with friends
go to see new movies!
go out to dinner at new places I have not been before
try out new brunch/breakfast places
go exploring St. Louis or Nashville, going to tourist destinations
Graduated from a small, private High School in St. Louis, graduated from a class of 160
My favorite classes in High school were AP Psychology and AP Chemistry
Really enjoy taking science/math courses
I also enjoy studying French language and culture. In high school I did a mini study abroad trip with my school and really connected with my host family/had a great experience
I am very interested in Health Care, weather it is from the sciences perspective of physically providing health care to people or the more humanities perspective of global health. I find both topics really interesting.
I am considering pre-med right now. However, I enjoy the flexibility that HOD gives me, as it seems to be a major that I can do many things with, if I choose to continue with or if i decide that becoming a doctor is not my calling.
I really enjoy learning about health care in different countries and analyzing the efficacy of different health care systems.
My best learning/studying techniques
Learning inside the classroom
I believe that I learn best through engaging and though provoking discussions and debates.
I struggle to learn when the classroom discussion is not engaging and when the teacher is talking to the students, rather than talking with the students.
Learning outside the classroom
I have found that I learn best when I teach what i am learning to another person. I think that this is the best way to prepare for a test because it shows true, fully comprehension.
I also learn best when I apply thing things that I am learning to different situations or scenarios. I like application based learning much more than simply memorizing new facts.
I am for sure not the type of person that learns best under any type of time pressure. I like being ahead and I am not a procrastinator.