Age of Awareness
Published in

Age of Awareness

Online Classes Can Be More Intimate Than In-Person

Photo:Mikael Kristenson/Unsplash/

Alone Girl

I remember studying Art History, as my Minor, in a university decades ago. What do I remember about it, exactly?

One day an instructor showed us Mark Rothko paintings projected on a big screen. I’d always loved his work, whether in books or at museums, but I’d never seen the art that large, one slide after another. So deeply…




Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the ways we learn | Tune in at | Connecting 500k+ monthly readers with 1,200+ authors

Recommended from Medium

COVID-19: Indian Universities should come forward and contribute

How to Start Studying Like a Pro from a College Students’ Perspective

Teachers’ Hands Are For Writing On The Board, Not Holding Up A Gun

Diving into data: Teaching SQL to high school students

The Number 1 Enemy of a Good Teacher

Teaching with D&D: D&D for Kids — Art Lesson #5

Remote education exacerbating issues facing students from immigrant and refugee communities

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Tantra Bensko

Tantra Bensko

Gold-medal-winning psychological suspense novelist, writing Instructor, manuscript editor living in Berkeley.

More from Medium

What Linsanity meant to Asians Around the World — 10 Year Anniversary

Monday Motivation #102 (5/9/22)

How to handle depression…as a companion

From Selfish to Selfless