- May 2020
Elias, M. (2020, May 9). Fear, judgment, hysteria: Six survivors talk about life after coronavirus. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/10/fear-judgment-hysteria-six-survivors-talk-about-life-after-coronavirus
- mental health
- public reaction
- personal experience
- social distancing
- Mar 2020
looking up topics that we were interested in.
topic selection This is similar strategy to what I saw in IF interview. "Looking up" topics - in this case unrelated to each other - to see what kind of information is out there. This student was definitely looking at topics that were of personal interest to him.
- Sep 2018
A bit of a personal connection here, but I participate in activities such as these! I recently started my own fanart blog and the feedback I've received boosted my confidence in my art! It also pushed me to improve my technique and learn new styles!
There's a huge difference between drawing art for a blog and for education. When you're drawing for your blog, it's up to you to push yourself to learn and whatnot. In a way, it's easier to do because you get to choose what you learn, but it's also a nonlinear type of learning. While a professor will typically push you on a linear path on what skills to learn.
- Mar 2017
I want to us to have all sorts of biographies, all sorts of photos of unknown urchins with whom we may connect.
personal research local
difficulty of frame - of readability - of length
The person is often only aware of feeling of constraint. We pick away at those constraints little by little. Meaningful time spent with one person has a viral effect on other students who are witnesses to the uniquely meaninful dialogue. Such moments of connection become virtuous, viral messages.
We attempt to make meaningful connection with each person.