30 oct. 2020
Great course! This is a lot more general than Learning about Learning but is also useful nonetheless. I like the focus on keeping positive and being confident in your potential despite our weaknesses.
21 juin 2020
I enjoyed this MOOC. It is very well-done and clearly covers the topics of mindshifting along with career advancement. Also--good illustrations and visuals/sounds which assist in the learning process.
par Bryan E•
26 août 2017
Builds on the material from the 'Learning to Learn' course. The crucial message of lifelong learning in view of personal and professional lives is worth exploring especially since people don't pay a lot of attention to it.
par Shubham S P•
25 mars 2021
This MOOC is what it title says. It does change your thought pattern and brings a major mind shift. It can give you new opportunities on your career as well as on your life. Most recommended for a major push on your life
par Nabil J•
27 juin 2020
I gained many interesting insights from this course. I must also praise the great communicative skills of the facilitator (Mrs. Barbara). I highly recommend this course to those starting or continuing a path or learning.
par Tatsiana S•
11 févr. 2019
Thanks for a good job! Although, the first course "Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects" was more interesting, contains more research data, more interviews with great scientists.
par N P•
10 sept. 2020
I enjoyed this course. Overall learnt useful tips to train the brain to keep learning new things. it's ok to be slow learner but actively practice. Some topics were a technical and a bit of challenge to understand them.
par Prashant M•
30 avr. 2020
One of the best courses available in coursera. I deeply thanks the instructors of this course and the people who made this possible for us to access this course for free in this time of the pandemic covid-19. Thank you.
par kittiya b•
16 déc. 2020
I have tried the online course through Coursera at the first time and it is good to start with this course. I have learned many things from this course not only knowledge but also how to understand myself deeply .
par Connie C•
11 août 2022
I enjoyed the class espcially some of the tips on remembering lists. I have been told other tricks on how to remember names, someday I will use those tips but for now, I have plenty of sticky notes on my desk.
par Kassie-Anne K•
29 avr. 2020
This course has been very impacting and a big help in shifting my perspective to a better one. There were a couple traits I overlooked which I can now use to my advantage. Thank you for creating this course!!
par Abhishek B•
31 déc. 2020
overall a nice informative course .. i d like to suggest that do this course after you have completed learning how to learn course it will be much easier for you to learn and understand things in this course
par Sarina S•
25 août 2020
Very useful information! I think some of the info in week 3 was okay, and I didn't agree with everything in that week, but it was still useful. The skills and techniques shared in weeks 1 and 2 were great.
par Winston M•
16 mai 2020
The professor is really good and she has made a few good points throughout the course. The course sometimes veers of its main objective but overall a very good course and very encouraging. would recommend
par Jai B•
26 sept. 2018
Good for learning some tips here and there to more effective learning, but a little too redundant and a little disorganized at times. No real "aha" moment, just a collection of some useful/non-useful tips
par Melanie P•
4 mai 2020
I enjoyed taking this course as I begin taking online courses again. It was a refreshing way to engage myself and re-learn the proper tools to be successful in both online learning and a career change.
par Cosette F•
30 mars 2021
For the most part, this MOOC was interesting and can serve as a valuable tool - especially for someone older, like myself. It tended to drag just a bit at times, but I thought it was helpful.
par Alicja R•
27 août 2017
It's a nice light course, that gives you a sense of accomplishment. There could be more practical tips, but overall it's great to watch the videos once a week and think about their meaning.
par Taryn Q•
20 avr. 2021
Was a pretty basic but interesting and enjoyable MOOC. Would definitely recommend if you're interested in what kinds of things you can do to help yourself and your learning in the future.
par Poonyaban S•
14 avr. 2020
This course does not your mind-shift only but also makes your brain opened and ready for learning new things. Including creativity and self-discipline. That is so awesome and fantastic!!
par krisli h•
10 juin 2019
While this course doesn't have as many specific aids to the process of learning new skills, it is excellent at showing why broad lifelong learning is a practice that enhances your life.
par Sílvia I•
11 mars 2018
This course allows you to overcome some obstacles and beliefs that are limiting, creating the perception of the possibility of anyone being able to change their thinking and their life.
par Eric D M•
6 juil. 2017
I am a big fan of Barbara and her approach. This course seemed like a worthy sequel to learning how to learn - but not quite as eye-opening or challenging. It seemed like a sequel ...
par Aneta J•
1 janv. 2018
There were quite many information from the previous course (Learning how to learn) repeated at the beginning. It was quite boring for me. However, it´s done in interactive and fun way.
par Daniel S•
26 août 2018
I enjoyed this course and found it to be useful in helping me see the various aspects of learning. It was good for self reflection on how I learn and ways I can improve my learning.
par Harpreet K D•
2 mai 2021
I learned a lot of new ideas of group communication in a simple & confident way. And also good illustrations for visuals & sounds which assist in the learning & managing process.
2 avr. 2020
In fact, some topic overlaps with Learning how to learn, so it has no new idea if you have spent time on Learning how to learn. But, how to select one's career has some inspire.