JIM TANG

About me



Implementation of Gaming and Simulations in the Learning Environment | Origin: EL115 | New comment by JIM TANG

I like it because it helps you to use other alternatives to engage students in class  

Analyzing Games and Simulations | Origin: EL115 | New comment by JIM TANG

I believe that playing mathematical games helps students to encourage strategic thinking, problem-solving and develops confidence.

Stress Management | Origin: ML136 | New comment by JIM TANG

I learned to deal with my work stress!

Stress Management | Origin: ML136 | New comment by JIM TANG

I usually deal with the effects of work stress by doing some exercise, like walking on my lunch break.

Managing the E-Learning Environment | Origin: EL102 | New comment by JIM TANG

Reply to Holly Voss's post: I learned that are students that like to challenge the system and others that feel intimidated by computer technology the might find computer sofware difficult to fix and...

Engaging Learners | Origin: EL102 | New comment by JIM TANG

Reply to Lawrence Bufalino's post: I learned that we should use small talk during synchronus discussions to allot enough time for socializing at the beginning of the synchronus discussions, also to...

Projecting Your Presence | Origin: EL102 | New comment by JIM TANG

Reply to Lisa Brown's post: It is imperative and effective way for an instructor to learn about the students and for the students to learn about each other by posting a short biography about them to...

Course Delivery | Origin: EL102 | New comment by JIM TANG

Reply to Gina Barton's post: I also will find and implement my student's needs so they accomplish the course's learning objectives. Describing the objectives and the agenda of the course is always...

Course Revision and Improvement | Origin: EL103 | New comment by JIM TANG

Reply to Demy Blake's post: Hi Demi, I also think that by using multiple feedbaks and multiples inputs is always useful to improve better your online courses.

Course Revision and Improvement | Origin: EL103 | New comment by JIM TANG

Multiple evaluations and multiple feedbaks and inputs are always good to improve online courses.