Sometimes life get back on you and this is one of those stories

At same time starting #cicmooc i started out on my master studies, i was certain i could do both beside my lack of concentration issues then reading. It started out good, but soon i was overwhelmed by master studies. #cicmooc has been a strange affair, it started out great but it seems that the activity slowly died out.  Somewhere in the process some posted a tweet about Stephen Jepson and his never leave the playground mindset

This way of thinking hit me right in the spot and knocked me over, I adapted it into my own life as a juggler and hippy. So now i have many things laying around my apartment to be picked up with my feet, juggled with and most of all free to play with. 1 month later i can feel a different feeling inside, i’m more happy, more curious and most important more creative. Some might even say i have re found the joy of things many have as children, but tend to forget then grew up. A case of this happen in a seminar on my master studies, where we had to play around with lego and toys and look into how we convert into minecraft. After finding out some views on, i found myself seeded on floor with a pile of Lego duplo and playing around trying to build varius stuff, trying to make stuff that could be made easily in minecraft.

Needless to say i didn’t finish doing #cicmooc since my master studies are more important, but the feeling i gained and the creativity i regained gonna help me a lot in the future, doing what i love most: being creative with kids, if it with ICT or old school pen and paper dosn’t matter.

 

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Sometimes life get back on you and this is one of those stories

At same time starting #cicmooc i started out on my master studies, i was certain i could do both beside my lack of concentration issues then reading. It started out good, but soon i was overwhelmed by master studies. #cicmooc has been a strange affair, it started out great but it seems that the activity slowly died out.  Somewhere in the process some posted a tweet about Stephen Jepson and his never leave the playground mindset

This way of thinking hit me right in the spot and knocked me over, I adapted it into my own life as a juggler and hippy. So now i have many things laying around my apartment to be picked up with my feet, juggled with and most of all free to play with. 1 month later i can feel a different feeling inside, i’m more happy, more curious and most important more creative. Some might even say i have re found the joy of things many have as children, but tend to forget then grew up. A case of this happen in a seminar on my master studies, where we had to play around with lego and toys and look into how we convert into minecraft. After finding out some views on, i found myself seeded on floor with a pile of Lego duplo and playing around trying to build varius stuff, trying to make stuff that could be made easily in minecraft.

Needless to say i didn’t finish doing #cicmooc since my master studies are more important, but the feeling i gained and the creativity i regained gonna help me a lot in the future, doing what i love most: being creative with kids, if it with ICT or old school pen and paper dosn’t matter.

 

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