- 12 reviews
- 10 completed
There is like 15 minutes of material overall, containing just basic visualization guidelines. I feel like it might be an alright material for commuting, apart then that its quite pointless
I don't recommend this course. It doesn't present anything you wouldn't find elsewhere in a faster or better way. Videos are long with not a great content, presented in fairly boring school-like lecture way with boring prezi- presentations as a background. Topic 4/10 Class spirit/presentation 4/10 Entertaining 3/10
I've tried, i really did, but for someone, who has no prior programming skills and not a huge amount of time (and willpower!), its basically impossible to pass this course.
Dr. Chuck brings us another noob-friendly course. After completing this course, you won't understand much about programming, BUT it'll give you the basics to succeed in much harder courses. I'd recomend this course to everybody, who want's to learn to program, but has huge difficulties do do so. Topic - 5/10 Class spirit 10/10 Entertaing 4/10
Loved the topic! But the quality isn't that great. Videos are slow, sometimes not clear. Topic and idea 9/10 Presentation 5/10 entertaining 4/10
If you are interested in climate change (and you should be), give it a try, you won't be disapointed, nor surprised...
I was expecting some kind of boring school-like philosophy class but i was nicely surprised. It presents various topics (knowledge, mind, even time- travel) in a fresh and (fairly) entertaining way.
I find this curse one of the most overrated on coursera/coursetalk. Don't get me wrong, it's great and i've enjoyd it. It presents basics of gamification and let you come up with your own gamification ideas on "real world scenarious" through peer reviewed exercices, but that's all = Liked it, but nothing special or game-changing. But still, recomend it.
Critical thinking is extremely important skill in today world, particulary on the internet. Therefore this course is basically a musttake! Course itself is a avarege one, but it nicely present's the topic and let you use the learned staff on real world examples, which is nice. PS. Hate british english
This course is the reason i felt in love with the MOOCs. Dr. Chuck's teaching style suits me very well and i felt like i've learn great deal about the topic.
The course itself is fine (nothing special btw), it presents the way today's technology works (i don't find it very suited for newbies(. I found it very time demanding, which was also the reason i dropped out.
It's best course i've taken so far. Material is presented in very nice and dynamic way, which make this course entertaining, which kept me interested even in few topics i wasn't interested in. The course is based on Kahneman's book "Thinking fast and slow", whuích i would highly recomend.