I think she eventually got fired.
That's a travesty.
Second semester freshman year, I took a videogames course where we talked about what separated videogames from other media forms, how to talk about them with that in mind, how they do (or don't) convey messages knowing that, and lots of other things about, well, videogames.
For my final essay, I compared and contrasted Dead Space and Mass Effect's styles of immersion and their effectiveness. That rocked.
Other class highlights: Satire class in high school, we read Catch-22 among other books and stuff. Science Fiction in high school, half the class was devoted to Star Wars. 3D graphics class last term where I made a 3D chess game.
Overall, though, second place goes to my Visual Basic 3 course senior year of high school, where we did whatever project we wanted, graded ourselves (kinda, the teacher would change the grades if you were unreasonable), and goofing off online for the first half of class was fine. A couple days before breaks we played Halo CE multiplayer. Because we could. (My project was an alarm program with playlists and alarm schedules and stuff. I still use it.)
I've had a lot of good classes.