This class was TOTALLY different that any other math class I have taken. To begin with I personally liked that we did not have a textbook. This gave me the freedom to look online and do research on my own. Sometimes when we are given a textbook to read from we don't do it so, when we are confused on a concept and we don't have a textbook we are somehow force to do some research, which is a good thing! I have said this many times, but I'm going to say it again, being a non math minor I have not being around math as much as math majors, so when I walked into this class (math 329) and heard that there were other geometries, I was very surprised. I had a hard time on this class at the beginning since I wasn't familiar with all the different proofs there were, and I didn't know how to write a proof. With the help of the teacher, and some classmates I was able to get by, but I did had to do research on my own to fully understand. This class helped me look at geometry from a teacher's perspective. Being a prospective teacher I want to know the whys of geometry such as why are the Alternate Interior Angles true, why is the sum of the inner angles of triangles 180 degrees. Overall, I want to know the justifications behind all possible questions that a student may ask, and I believe that after this class I will be able to answer all questions, or at least most of them. The things I liked about this class were that we did not take weekly quizzes, and how we weren't required to read from a textbook. What I didn't like about the class was how long homework assignments were. Other than that everything else was fine. Overall, the classroom environment encouraged learning. I liked how each group felt comfortable with each other when it came to in class activities and groups activities. I also liked how nobody was shy to go to the board, well I was a little shy, but I still managed to go to the board every now and then. Overall, I liked this class, and learned a lot from it.