Mastering Balloons

4 thoughts on “Mastering Balloons”

  1. Wow, this is super great! Very creative and also challenging for the students at the same time! I’ll copy this some time if I get the chance 😉 Also, it sounds as though you’re really enjoying your work which is super great 🙂


    1. Let me know how it went, if you get around to using the exercise! Love working with the students! Although I miss getting my teeth into a proper research project. Can you actually crave analysis? 🙂


      1. Haha, I am sure it’s possible! Though there’s so much work to do before the analysis…The realisation came to me last week, as I happily recorded all kinds of conversations not thinking of having to transcribe all of them myself. Not great! Long slough of despond…but then up and up again and into the – no, not the tunnel – into the analysis!

        Good to hear you’re well xx


  2. ***lol I hate transcription! But it can give you an in-depth grip on your data you would otherwise not get … 🙂 Happy typing & analysing. PS: Don’t follow the light! PPS: Still thinking about your blog question, still no answer…maybe I need to read more?


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