Posts Tagged ‘learning’

Clear and Appropriate Assignments

As a teacher of students with learning disabilities, I found that one of the most difficult

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Textbook and Workbook – You Need Both to Learn

Which is better for learning – the textbook, or the workbook of exercises and exams that goes with it? Most of us would answer that neither is better – you need both to really learn the subject being taught. The textbook gives us the basic instructions, information and resources, while the workbook lets us test […]

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Techniques to Help e-Learning

e-Learning is doubling yearly. Classes, e-courses, e-books on how-to and what-to appear by the thousands online weekly. In-person seminars and workshops are limited to location and access. e-Learning allows easy access, creation, and international distribution to a whole new world of experiences — negative and positive.

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