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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