I might have made a mistake. I have signed up to run Lundaloppet. I hate running, and the last time I tried to do it regularly, I injured my knee. This time, I will begin more slowly and stop running if my body pains. Also, my husband will be my private coach, so this time, itContinue reading “Running?!”
During the last two weeks, I have taken an introductory course in Teaching in Higher Education, and it has been so inspiring! The course has taught me a new way of viewing teaching and, most importantly, given me tools to reflect upon and analyze my teaching strategies. I have already put my new knowledge into practiceContinue reading “Teaching in Higher Education”
Big news! I have submitted my first abstract for a poster session! Woohoo! It is a one-page abstract where I describe my work with calibration for Brain-Computer Interfaces. The idea is to create a system that automatically decides when to do calibration and when to use the system. It is brilliant! If the abstract isContinue reading “First Abstract”
Reward yourself after the exam, you have done your best, and that is amazing!
This is your time to shine! It is a good idea to start by reading through the exam. Write hints …
Preparing for the exam is often a stressful time. The important part is to learn to recognize when you know a topic and can continue with the next or when you have to study more.
Time management means making a plan for how to spend your time. As I mentioned in the last post, working in units of 45 minutes with concentrated work and 15 minutes break is a nice setup.
One of the greatest challenges as a student is to keep the concentration for a whole day of studies. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to make it easier.
Exercises have always been the primary learning method for me. It’s when I do them that I truly understand the topic.