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Introduction to Psychology – Get Study Support | 16 Dec 2019

  • 16 December 2019
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Hey @Nachiket@Nha Chau and @Zubaa

I’m tagging you here because you all replied to the first post about getting study support in Introduction to Psychology. :grin:

Are you making progress in the course?

Can the study group help you with anything this week? Let us know!

First study support thread


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​Rather than starting a new thread this week, I thought I’d just hold a check-in on this same thread. 

How’s it going, everyone? Has anyone finished the course?

 @Nachiket@Nha Chau@Zubaa

If you’re celebrating holidays this week and/or next week, here are some tips for sticking to your study plan! 

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Hi, @Laura ,

 

I just discovered this thread about the course Introduction to Psychology. I am a mentor in the course. 

Thank you for your efforts while I was just having some holiday around Christmas and was not able to deal with the posts in the forum.

I also want to mention that many peers have already said very nice words of “ Thank you “ to the professor and I think it is just fine to give the link here  so that newcomers could see and add to it.

 

There are also some questions from learners addressed to the professor. How can I transfer these to the teaching staff? I have included these into the section Mentor forum of the course however I do not see any activity there. 

Thank you.

Regards,

Svetlana

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Hi @SvetlanaIvanova. It’s so nice to see people’s words of thanks for the course instructor. If you are not in direct contact with the teaching staff but they are active in the discussion forums, maybe you could create a new post in the most active week’s discussion forum where you list all the questions. 

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Hi, @Laura ,

Unfortunately since the start of the course mentors do not have contact with the teaching staff. The only option is via “ Mentor forum” , which is separate section of the Discussion forum of the course. So far no of our questions have been answered. 

Additionally , with the time my colleagues mentors have given up and for a year or more  I am alone. 

Regards,

Svetlana

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