The listening process is typically a unique one for each student. This is an opportunity for you to reflect on your process in this class and to identify one or more areas of your personal experience with the auditory sound therapy, the microphone work, the journaling and the computer work you have done to work on your skills in this class. On a separate sheet of binder paper, or on the computer, write a summary. Below are some ways you might use to begin this assignment. You may do the assignment in any way you wish. If you have questions, please discuss them with Kathleen or Terria.
1. Below is a copy of the Changes to Watch For handout that you received at the beginning of the semester. Look over the areas to stimulate your thinking about particular abilities or skills you might think have changed.
2. You might consider looking back at the assignments from the semester, the progress records on your BrainBuilder work, and your journals to get you thinking.
This following is a required assignment and part of your final so be sure to work on it before we have our final gathering. If you are comfortable, you may share all or some of what you have written with the class. If not, you will turn it in to Kathleen and Terria for credit.
Changes to Watch For
There are many behaviors associated with good listening. The following list will help you to observe changes that may be occurring in yourself or in others as a result of stimulating the auditory system and increasing your listening skills.
Use this list as a reference to help you make self-observations in your journal about different aspects of you. Also, share it with those close to you who may be able to give you important feedback about changes they see in you.