Tag Archives: learning

Time spent learning and quality: a curious combination

This post is partly ispired by Mr Michael Gove’s recent suggestions to increase the number of hours children spend at school and reduce their holidays in order to improve learning. The original article can be found here. The idea about time and quality prompted me to think in two directions: my own school experiences and the hours I used […]

PhD experiences: Something that’s been missing

An online course takes between 4 and 10 weeks to complete on average and comes in weekly modules with some reading, videos, notes and options for discussion. In addition to this, there are quizzes and assignments! Did I sell it to you? Well, I certainly got even more interested.

Pros and cons of being (overly) critical

I promised to write today, yesterday I promised a blog post and I even gave out a hint about the topic – being critical. Now I am not so sure I feel like writing about this but on the other hand keeping that promise will be a good self-discipline exercise. So I will briefly reflect […]