Any time I happen to start an off-line course, the very first session inevitably opens with this or that type of an ice-breaker. Honestly, I am ok with those games in general, as long as I don’t have to take part in throwing an imaginary ball, repeat dance movements together with all the fourteen names… Read More Break the ice!
Monday log (21.01) “Object recognition” topic from my book about cognitive science. Covered about a third of the unit, specifically, the computational problems and how our brain deals with them. I remember that when I was little, I asked my mom once: “How do people realise if they see a cat or a dog? They… Read More Holiday Weekly log – 1
This weekend is not officially influencing the score of my holiday achievements, but it still plays a huge role. yesterday and today I made up my mind and prepared some ground for the coming days. Moreover, I already managed to get a few points in my list. Saturday (19.01) I did not feel well so… Read More Holidays (19-20.01)
This page opens my holiday diary: I have two full weeks ahead. I am totally free, staying at home and eager not to waste any time. Therefore, it should be considered more of a challenge, to see if I can stay focused and productive. As the idea of an online diary stuck me yesterday and… Read More Holiday lines (Jan 2019)
Sooner or later each person in the academic community faces the word count restrictions. And almost always that number would seem to be significantly smaller than a reasonable one you (or any other peer) would come up with. The rule of the game is very simple: meet the requirements. Realizing that none of us can change… Read More Fighting the word count
That was the topic of the essay to be accepted to the teacher trainer course. I should say that at that time I had students working on their uni application essay on somewhat similar topics. So, I felt being put in their shoes for an evening: same word limit (250 words), same general question to think… Read More Describe a learning experience you had