We just had a big project for our “visual learning and visual thinking” class. We were asked to plan an interactive application to teach first-year medical (M1) students about a specific embryological anomaly. 1,004 more words
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Above: the remnants of fraternizing with FC17 (secret code for the Master’s program that began in September).
Say the word “Physics” and it brings back some very scary moments of my first year of high school thinking I would legitimately fail a test on waves or motion or similarly vague concepts that I never quite understood. 413 more words
The course I hated most in grad school was taught by a professor who said, “If your clients talk about the outside circumstances that keep them down and make their lives horrible, about how they’re so hard done by, they can’t ever take responsibility for their own lives.” It was supposed to be a course on marriage and family therapy, which is a topic I love a lot on its own; but most of what I learned was about the use of institutional power, from a rich moderate liberal white guy who thought that talking about inequality of any kind was… 1,484 more words
11/17 – Ok, I am BACK and have a smile on my face! I am still extremely frustrated with a lot of things in my life that are going on and I am disappointed in myself for the situation I am in…being behind with my curriculum and my grad school work….BUT I am here to write another day! 853 more words