Reflective Summaries

This semester time passed quickly, in the process of hard work, harvest a lot of knowledge, friendship. But also missed out on many of the good times in Britain.I had to go back to China because of the sudden outbreak of covid-19. I didn’t have the chance to enjoy the good life in the UK, but…
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Looking Back

Writing has never been a strong point of mine, I’m more of a drawer than a talker, it normally seems like a daunting task that I usually try my best to avoid. However, rather out of character, I found myself enjoying the blog process that was less a piece of analytical writing and more a…
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Onto Next Semester!

Regarding my experience with the first semester of TCP8090, it has been a refreshing one, nothing that I have previously practiced before. The tasks at hand were not challenging but infact rewarding. During the initial weeks I was given the task to create the blog banner alongside Van and Kate, having met a few times,…
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yrammuS evitcelfeR\/Reflective Summary

In conclusion of my first semester’s blog experience, I would like to thank each individual that was involved in this module, both academic staff and my colleagues. I have never utilized blogging as a platform for sharing my thoughts, ideas, knowledge and expertise. However, this course significantly helped me recognize the importance of this structure…
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To Blog or Not to Blog?

  That is the question. Well I guess, actually for me, there was no question about it. Blogging was a requirement of this module, so I had to overcome my fear. Initially the thought of posting online, for anyone to see, filled me with dread. Blogging is not the platform I would have chosen to…
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Reflection

I have always believed that the university is not only a place that we learn from lectures and tutors but also from each other as students. I think this blog is proof of that, it is an innovative learning task that provides a good platform in order to engage with different ideas. It’s also a good…
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Back to the Studio!

My time posting on the Newcastle University Urban Design Blog is over and it’s time to reflect on my experience, skills learned and how the process could be improved for future Urban Design students. It’s been very interesting to see the different ways in which each of the lectures have been interpreted or the ideas…
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BYEEEEEEE.

From my personal experience, writing for a blog format assessment has been a learning curve for me. The nature of blogging is slightly different from writing an academic language when I was an undergrad. It is hard to know the right ingredients if there is a fine line boundary in regards of how much of…
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Reflective Summaries

Through this semester of study, I learned and felt a lot, especially the opportunity to learn the knowledge system and structure of students from different national backgrounds. When drawing pictures together, I can always hear and exchange some new questions, but also the first time to write a blog, record our knowledge of comment ,…
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Us, Now.

If not us, then who? In the first instance, I would like to thank everyone that has read or interacted with my blog posts. I would also like to congratulate my cohort, who participated in these unique student-driven activities. The blogs have been an innovative platform to discuss and deliberate on pressing issues within the…
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