— Chenée Psaros (@Cheneehey) March 31, 2017
I have been reflecting a lot this week about my experience in participating in Education and Digital Culture (#MSCEDC). Never have I felt so vulnerable as a student as doing #MSCEDC. I was very uncomfortable when the course first started about displaying my work to my peers and even more uncomfortable that most of my feedback would be visible to other participants.
I recently had a tutorial with my personal tutor and I surprised myself when I told her and other students on the MSc that I loved the open spaces afforded to us in #MSCEDC, I didn’t really care that people could see all my academic flaws anymore. I realised that they too, were probably trying to keep up with the workload. They weren’t judging me but looking to me for inspiration, just as I looked toward them. I was forced to be vulnerable on this course and am a better student for it.