...in 4 courses for the first half of this year. I looked through the course list on Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/courses) and there were 6 I was interested in. But, I decided that might be pushing it a bit far since it would involve 22 hours of study a week. Instead the 4 courses should involve around 12 hours per week. I’ve chosen a range of humanities courses to give a general theme to my studies. I’m excited! 4 months ago
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...so far at least. Last year I started a Python programming course on Coursera and did really well. I got 100% on every test and assignment, but ultimately, I found the course more consuming that advertised and also it wasn’t really going in the direction I’d hoped. It wasn’t working with a hectic work schedule so I dropped out.
I want to go back to Coursera again and find another course. Something manageable. 4 months ago
I learned how to use a new presentation format for my class this weekend. It is highly creative and adds a new dimension to interesting presentations. If it’s not the source, it’s close to the format of one of my favorite TED talks: RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms. I had a lovely time creating my small piece of my group’s presentation. 13 months ago