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This week is really a very busy week for me even though it is a self-directed learning week for the students :) I have a new batch of FYPJ students and waved goodbyes to the previous 3 groups. As a teacher, it is always good to hear some good feedbacks from your students and some also constructive criticism on how I should be more patient with them.
Basically, I need to try to speak slower, clearer and keep calmer if I can. I think I already know that but it is just a bit difficult to relax or slow down when things are not going well. I...
The course feedback for the previous semester just released this week. A new batch of FYPJ students is coming in. In this period, I am coaching 3 groups of students who happen to use totally different technologies:
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- iPhone Mobile App for Students
This is what I liked about my current job. I got the chance to explore new technologies everyday :) This time, I get to know Arduino/Netduino & the Internet of things. Fascinating concepts :) I loved wearable devices like super smart watch or something like...
New school semester just starts. I am glad to see new students after the short term break. My final year students are just having their mid term presentation. It is my first time doing presentation with overseas students. It can be quite a challenge for both the students and teachers :)
The 24 hour competition is over. I only managed to see one of my students' presentations as the judging is simultaneous and occurs in different rooms.
Potential Winner =))
I am quite busy this week as my students are going for CodeXtreme Competition. Today we attend the Mystery Challenge session which is one of the key requirements for the competition. So, we need to prepare a business plan and define a clear problem statement. I am quietly confident about 2 teams which I believe will have great chances of getting a prize. Also, there are only 52 teams this year. Greater chances! Last year there are 100+ teams.
I have also finalize the details for my sharing session presentation with Reveal.js....