Japanese test (August 2, 2004, 0) - Whew! The AOTS Japanese test was a diagnostic exam to help them figure
out what level we should start classes at in Japan. Got 98% on the
kana test because I misheard one of the sound samples and guessed
instead, and 89% on the first course test. Whee!
Monday rituals (June 18, 2007, 0) -
Mondays are getting easier and easier for me. My Sunday ritual of
reviewing the past week and planning the next one is really paying
off. I love knowing what I want and need to do and when I’m going to
do it, and I love working on those things while feeling great about
all that went well last
CS21A today and Monday (September 24, 2003, 0) - (education)
The files mentioned can be found at http://sacha.free.net.ph/cs21a/ .
Looks like my thinking out loud does have its uses, so I’ll resume
posting my reflections both on the CS mailing list and on my wiki. =)
At the very least, it may give someone something to laugh about.
What went well
- Preparing Flash modules for self-paced learning.
- The Text
Looking forward to Monday (December 2, 2005, 0) - I am _so_ looking forward to being finished with my enggpsych paper. Grumble,
grumble. Humbling and annoying to think I’ve only written ~ 4160 words
so far. I have no idea how the people who wrote the A+ papers he
posted managed to write that much. C’mon, 26 pages, single-spaced?
Okay, well, the 26 page single-spaced one was a
End-of-class tango milonga on Monday (March 18, 2006, 0) - Announcement from Emily:
This Monday is our end-of-class Milonga! Dress will be semi-formal —
so here’s your chance to take a break from papers and studying, get
dressed up, introduce your friends to the tango, and show off your
There will be tango demonstrations, a quick crash course for beginners, and you
know the food will be good. You