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Terae Walters

Episode Description

Welcome back to the eleventh episode of On the Spot With the OLC! As young adults, it is common that we pursue interests on our own and self-direct our learning. How exactly is this done and what are the best practices for it? Self-directed learning allows people to focus on things that they are passionate about and move at their own pace. Tune in to hear more about this topic from our co-hosts!

Topics explored in this episode include:

  • What is self-directed learning?
  • Examples of self-directed learning
  • Benefits of self-directed learning
  • How to stay focused

Opening music - "Cali" by Wataboi on Pixabay

Participants and Contributors
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Terae Walters
Host
OLC Content Creator

Terae is a second year Communications student currently employed in her first co-op work term here with the SFU OLC team. With a history studying Motion Picture Arts at Capilano University, her interests surround creative storytelling and inspiring those around her. For this podcast she aims to initiate conversation about important and valuable topics that can be useful for all different types of people within the SFU community.

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Mehtaab Gill
Host
OLC Content Creator

Mehtaab is a fourth year business student concentrating in finance and marketing. He is working on the SFU OLC team as a podcaster for the Fall semester and has recently become a licensed realtor. Mehtaab is passionate about giving back to the community and has been involved with several student organizations during his time at SFU. Mehtaab hopes to share his experiences through the various topics discussed on this podcast that can be valuable for students on their own personal journey at SFU.

Claire Brnjac
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