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Embracing Knowledge Production in Teamwork

Two weeks ago, I shared a touched-up piece of a draft I wrote in 2007. It was a reflective essay for a subject called Trans-Disciplinary Thinking and Learning (TTL) and my first assignment studying at The University of Melbourne. TTL was a core subject for all students taking Master of Environment. I remember I almost cried stepping out of my first lecture, frustrated with the Australian accent of one of the lecturers.

After I handed over my first draft and having further consultation, I finally managed to finish my first assignment and submitted on time. Here is the final product! Continue reading Embracing Knowledge Production in Teamwork

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Learning to generate knowledge is easy!

I decided to dig my files and read again some of the essays I wrote back when I was studying at the University of Melbourne. I pick a short draft from my first semester for a subject called Trans-disciplinary Thinking and Learning to be the first to share here. The draft was dated 24 July 2007 and was quite messy. However, it was quite interesting to see my thinking and my writing skills back in 2007. So, I decided to do quite a rewrite and give it a touch-up.

Continue reading Learning to generate knowledge is easy!