It can serve as our reviewer. After tests, it is easier for students to understand future lessons by facing new questions, kind of related to the past lesson. Secondly, homework can help us by time management. It can keep us occupied in a healthy way. If we’re just wasting our time for online chatting, why not do our homework if we do have.
I find this argument logical because by understanding the way we learn we can perform better in school. The author was clear on why students need to operate using metacognition and that school should emphasis on study skills more by doing exercise. The author provided multiple examples of exercise and surveys professors did to work on metacognition and their results. Out of the authors examples of exercise I felt that the survey done by David R. Thomas was an effective one. Even though through the survey he didn’t see a significant change the discussions about study habits allowed students to realize how much other people usually study and they different ways people study that may be more effective.
I feel that going to school online is a better way of learning for me, because I can focus on one subject at a time and not having to rush through my work and not learn. I feel that people have different ways of learning and some people cannot get away from home because of kids and work and then again some people can go to college which can be fun for them. I feel it all depends on how you learn and what you can do. 3. Why am I interested in exploring this idea?
This is the primary reason why several people choose to take online classes instead of a more traditional sit-in class. The ease of choosing when and where you study is invaluable if you work full-time. By taking an online course, it eliminates the need to sit-in class to learn. This not only helps save time in everyday schedules, it allows a person to study at their own pace and review material whenever. Unlike traditional in-class sessions, where students have to work around their school schedules unless, he or she must wants to miss material covered for that day.
The dependent learner, who needs interaction with people, would want to consider taking the traditional route. B. If you live in a rural or lower socio-economic environment, that has inadequate access, you would be better attending school in a traditional environment. C. A video conversation cannot replace the experience of face to face interaction, so students such as traditional setting students, who thrive on the quick exchange of ideas between professor and students may find that they prefer the class room environment more. II.
The positive effect it has had on the overall classroom environment cannot be discounted. Allowing cell phones on school premises will allow parents to keep in touch with their children and enhance students’ learning experience in the classroom. School districts around the country are slowly warming up to the idea that cell phones can be a viable learning tool. Using the internet access on their cell phones, high school students in Sioux Rapids, Iowa for example are using twitter-like technology, named backchannel, to participate in classroom discussions. Instead of being a distraction, the chatter feeds into the main discourse, which is monitored by the teacher and integrated into the classroom discussion.
Second, since they have the conversation club including classmates and others English learners, they can practice and learn each other during that time, so speaking English will become their daily routine by doing that activity. Third, interacting with the native speakers provides the social benefits such as cultural differences and other perspectives. In addition, foreign students who have the friendship with the native speaking students become more integrated into the school community. Some international students who are not learning the English as a second language may object to speak only English in the class room. They may ask why the students have to speak only English during class hours.
Jose D Centeno Week 6 8/24/12 Composition I – 102 Compare and contrast online learning with classroom (on-ground) learning What are the difference and the comparison between online classes and on ground classes? Each one has the same features. Like for example you can take a class of your choosing and decide rather you would want online or you would like to take it on ground campus, either way you get basically the same education and also the subject one what you learning from. The difference is that you may not understand what the teacher or instructor would want you to do correctly to look over. Like on campus you have the instructor right there in front of you if you have questions to help, basically face to face, hands on work.
Users are expected to exercise reasonable judgment in interpreting these guidelines and in making decisions about using school-provided Internet access. Any person with questions regarding our AUP should ask for clarification from a member of our faculty. Use of school-provided Internet access shall constitute acceptance of the terms of our AUP. Students must get permission from a member of our staff in order to have school-provided internet access. Students are responsible for good behavior on-line just as they are on campus.
By designing activities based around computers and technology, Information Technology learners will feel more comfortable and confident completing tasks. An example of this could be setting an activity for the class to play a maths related online computer game and then to write an evaluation using a word processing package. The learners will be give a printed brief of their task showing the website address to access the game and the criteria to consider when writing their evaluation. Function skills are embedded in this session as the learner would have to be able to: • Listen and interpret the instructions of the task. • Read the website address to access the maths game.