When Professor David Wright joined Tidewater Community College in 74th , he never imagined he’d still be teaching at the Virginia school 45 years later.
“It was my very first job out of graduate school,” . “I never thought I’d be at the same place , but it’s been a wonderful place. I’ve really enjoyed it.”
Part of that ongoing enjoyment has been finding new and creative ways to keep his students engaged and happy . Many of those who take his conceptual physics class are education or health science majors who are elective students by there choice . “They’re not really engineers or science people, and they’ve all successfully avoided physics all their life for the most part.credit seekers fear facing