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ED108 | New blog by Carla King

Good Classroom application

Helpful course. | New comment by Carla King

Very good classroom strategies

Problem Guidelines | New blog by Patrick Morse

This course provided simple and easy to follow guidelines for defining and analyizing problems.

Helpful course. | New discussion by Cathy Stephens

This was a good revision of bsic educational concepts with some good classroom strategies.

Students Learning | New blog by Lisa Villanueva

I learned how to instruct more efficiently and unstand new teaching tools.

Great module | New comment by Anne Clancy

Easier said than done but I agree! Teachers need to constantly modify their strategies. 

Great module | New blog by Rogelio Torrente

This course has presented a good deal of information that is vital in understanding students learning styles and adapting my method to meet students goal.

clear the path | New comment by Alicia Ziegenbein

Hello Ann,  Through my experience it helps to learn what motivates the student. It maybe that the student is lacking in how to be a critical thinker. Many students are looking for the one word...

Ed 116 Critical thinking . | New discussion by louise lotte

the course was very stimulating ; I found it stimulating and useful.

clear the path | New discussion by Ann Hill

How do we as instructors clear the path to those that are lazy to think?