With many open sources such as SparkNotes, Wikipedia, and Google, hardly anything that students create requires much effort. Honestly, is what I’m “learning” relevant? All I’m learning is how to do well on tests, how to manage my time, and how to get the most benefits with the least amount of effort. But maybe that’s what school is
In Marcus Hung’s article “Talking Circles Promote Equitable Discourse” the author talks about how he uses “talking circle” a structured discussion format to influence equitable student participation in his math class. As a math teacher he observed that during “Stratified classroom talk” or traditional whole-class discussions the majority of students who tend to volunteer and respond most frequently were students who were mathematically confident, and they were the same few students every time. Even in the small group discussions in his classroom Hung observed that most of the discussions were still done mainly by students who were mathematically confident. According to Hung, these discussion formats did not promote the equitable participation
Both parents are professionals with advanced degrees.” The experiment showed little to no affect on writing. However, what if you didn’t have the benefits this girl had? What if you struggled in writing and grammar all your life, with no one to help guide you? Frequent text message users such as me have help at home and can still forget the spelling of a word, or forget where you want the sentence to go. The difference between a complex sentence and a run-on sentence can easily be confused.
That was what I did in Houston community college English courses, so I didn't think not once it would be much different online than in going to class in person. so, for on the surface, to an outsider, insider I am sure know that this is what it appears that English course do. To be honest in most all my classes I did read, discuss, and write papers; however, quickly I find out that there was so much more learn to it. I feel that is going to be my specific experience I had while at Houston Commute College, I see that is really shows how integrated is to learn. I never give up even that my language is Spanish.
Feedback received 1 point because there is no feedback in this app. Differentiation, User friendliness, and Self-Motivation all received full points. There are tons of ways to customize the app for students including recording a familiar voice, using pictures taken of objects they use, etc. The interface is user friendly and take no effort to navigate. I would say that because of all the customization that can be done students would select this app over
Education in today’s world has enabled us to broaden our knowledge as well as open doors for many opportunities which lead to the path of having a successful future. There is a lesson which is learned and another taken away from the three readings from different authors. Each of the authors has contributed their opinion on general education which is public, as seen from the passages. Hence, this topic is seen to be an argumentative one because it depends on the education quality which people receive. Furthermore, in our societies’ workforce, education is the single most important factor for individuals to realize their own goals.
This, and so many other experiences, show that most abilities are learned gradually. We may favor some pulses of learning because they end up being highly useful or important, but this does not justify a blanket idea of learning like the one proposed by Welty. Important pieces of learning often occur in pulses, but the process of learning itself is better characterized as a continuous process. This becomes clear when we think about all the different kinds of learning that make up our childhood and later life as well. However, the truth behind both the ‘pulse’ and ‘continuous’ views of learning should motivate research and thinking about what it means to learn, and why it is so essential to human and animal
People with emotional stability will have less anxiety, fear and have higher expectations from learning. Watson and Clark (1997) pointed out that extraversion have a positive effect on informal learning as it is described as a form of interactive learning particularly, learning from others. People with openness to experiences can improve their skills as well as knowledge through the interaction with others as well as self-reflection. Unideniably, the element of motivation is an important factor influencing employee performance. Werner and DeSimon (2011) defines motivation as the desire in the achievement of a goal or a certain performance level, thereby leading to a goal-director behaviour.
There are benefits and limitations to the methods employed by instructors that equip students with needed learning. A main benefit is that the needed information is more practical in nature that classical. The classical model allowed for a total approach to learning and development. The integration of technology is best implemented in directed learning; processes that give specific learning that directly correlates to application. Soby offers the following insight with the answer that ?
Many studies suggest that bilingual children tend to have a higher concentration and are better at working through distraction while doing their school work. Research has shown that bilinguals score higher on average on tests involving creative thinking or problem solving. These advantages surely lead her to nothing but success in life. However, the most important benefits she would receive is the cultural advantage. Bilingual person does not mean bicultural.