Knowledge, Learning And Culture
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Avoid this subject at all costs. It is sooo boring. I literally missed the max amount of classes I could and forced myself to go to the rest.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
This subject is really enjoyable, the tutorials in this subject are different from your usual university subjects as during tutorials you get to see the various museums, historical collections and special rooms like the Japanese Room at the Architecture Faculty. Going to these museums, locations and collections really makes you more engaged and allows you to apply the various educational theories taught in this subject. In addition or at least during my time doing this subject in Semester 1 2016, there were no readings for this subject which really helped lower my weekly burden of doing readings for other subjects. The educational theories in this subject are not overly complicated either as the lecturers usually use practical examples to illustrate their points. Definitely a good breath subject to do!