I enjoyed this course very much. I am 64-years-old and this course taught me that you can learn anything new no matter what age you are. I am now broadening my passions and learning is a lot more fun.
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 Mostafa Y•
Thank you for such great course , can't wait for the productivity 101 MOOC that you mentioned in one of your videos .
par Sadie M•
personally little boring when the professor was talking about making the video, but overall it was okay.
par saurav l•
i have completed the course with honors and its just showing me normal certificate. that is sad for me.
par khushboo D•
Could you please help me unenroll from this course .
I am not getting an option from my side to do so.
par Zeph C•
The material is pretty useful. But I found the video a bit too distracting with too much effects.
par Mark v d P•
Mijn eerste MOOC's, kijken wat ik ermee doe en als het handig is dan leer ik bij via MOOC's
par Johne C C•
Great insight to practice in all aspects of life. Especially where one feels inadequate.
par Rahul M•
This Course is good to show a hope to those who do not understand even about themselves.
par Anthony R•
Interesting but the career part of the course was sparse on detail
par sujentiraan s•
Good and out of box thinking exercises with great lect
par Eugene E•
I didn't get my "With Honors" badge. Please help.
par Dessa G•
There was some good information in this course.
par Burak K•
quiz format is very bad due to pictures
par Handa S•
Learning how to learn, version 1.5
par Shyam S•
it could be better
par Shynar L•
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par Sarah B•
It's a lot of easy basic ideas about learning. It's not horrible advice if you're a slower learning or need advice in learning how to learn. I think this course would be great for people who need a bit of encouragement about learning. Or if they're new to MOOCs or learning in general. It's not bad information. Just be aware that if you're taking more difficult courses or have read books or are a more advanced learner, this course doesn't have much to offer.
par Yazan Z•
a lot of "bro science" at this course, i don't think this should be on Coursera! it is shallow articles that is located on one place!
for example: Barbara suggests that mindfulness meditation may impair creativity despite all the research about this subject! i think it is because the researches contradicts her own explanation for creativity and the diffuse mode thing!
par Eugen D•
A lot less substance compared to the original course. The only usefull info in the first two parts of the course (I stopped after that) was the mention of Alex Vermeer' guide to defeat procrastination.
par B M•
Some valuable information, but delivery can get excruciating. Finished with honours but did not receive a certificate indicating that.
I enjoyed the course , maybe improvement on the quality of the material and videos . Overall interesting course.
par Faatimah M M•
I did not recieve my free certificate
par Alexander R•
Don't get me wrong, the information presented in the course may be very good. However, there are constantly visual and sound animations that distract me from focussing to learn something all the time. After every sentence - and sometimes even within a sentence - the position of the lecturer changes and the constantly used effects ruin the whole course for me. Even when I close my eyes and try to concentrate on the content, the sound distractions are too distractive as well. So, all the material can also be found online elsewhere presented in a much better way. Furthermore, I also took the famous Negotiation course on Coursera: That course is wonderfully structured, each video starts with a short introduction where we are at in the course, and each videos stops with a short bottom line with the most important facts to learn from the relevant video. All it takes is a professor who sits down and speaks precisely without any distractions so that you can fully focus and learn the content. I find it very surprising that a mooc about learning fails to deliver the same experience, although the course lecturers put in a lot of work and are very good content-wise. But because of the distractions, I stopped this course after 45 minutes.