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  • =Career Development for MRDD Adults using Inquiry and Authentic Learning= ...through inquiry, through the use of the internet, and then on to authentic learning by experimenting with placements.
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  • ==='''Learning Outcomes''':=== *Identify technology learning opportunities
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  • ...ic and business literacy, and developing entrepreneurial skills to enhance workplace productivity and career options - Civic literacy ''“ To succeed in today’s workplace, young people need more than basic reading and math skills. They need subst
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  • ...rners themselves. Increasingly, these institutions are turning to distance learning and computer-based training options. ...enge is that not all individuals are prepared to take on these independent learning opporunities. Unfortunately, some individuals will struggle and never obtai
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  • ===<font color"#330099">'''Learning Communities: Foundations in Theory'''=== ...rners are shared in order for all group members to learn. The framework of learning communities creates an environment in which all these needs may be met.
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  • <div class="pageheader"><span class="pagetitle"> ETAP623 : Unit Three - Learning Communities in Action </span></div><div class="pagesubheading"> ===<font color="#330099">'''Incorporating Learning Communities into the Classroom'''</font>===
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  • ...atter expert) and an individual (learner - apprentice) seeking to learn or learning the master's subject. <br clear="all" /> ...s that has largely been replaced by formal schooling, except in children's learning of language, in some aspects of graduate education, and in on-the-job train
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  • ...and operated by Facebook, Inc. Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people. People can a [[Category: Online/ blended learning]]
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  • ...uses the software program Snag-it to promote a constructionist approach to learning the English language. ...hers. Constructivism emphasizes learner individuality and autonomy in the learning process, while constructionism sees construction with others as essential t
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  • ...room. They will also be provided with the opportunity to respond to their learning experience in such a classroom in hopes of fostering a positive response to =Learning Guide Documents for Course=
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  • [[Category: Digital learning and media literacy]] [[Category: Workplace learning]]
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  • ...ctments that give students a visual reference for the information they are learning. There are also interactive activities such as creating a Greek temple and ...rade special education students require a variety of modalities to enhance learning. The social studies content for this grade includes ancient civilizations.
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  • == Characteristics of Adult Learners[http://theelearningcoach.com/learning/characteristics-of-adult-learners/] == When it comes to learning, adults are not over sized children. Maturity brings unique characteristics
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  • ...ragraph or essay. These are steps toward producing a product; not actually learning and mastering knowledge. ...he ability to assess and solve new problems efficently and dynamically. By learning to learn you are developing a powerful skill that can directly relate to ac
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  • Now that we know what problem-based learning is, what it looks like in a math classroom, and how to design problematic t ...ct.com/AEQweb/mop4spr01.htm Assessing the Effectiveness of Problem‑Based Learning in Higher Education: Lessons from the Literature]. (Note: After reading th
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  • Design Project:[[Problem-based Learning in Math through Technology]] [[(Unit 1) What is problem-based learning?]]
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  • ...ching materials for the workplace that put the student in control of their learning.
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  • [[Category: Workplace learning]]
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  • * Define computer-supported collaborative learning == ''' What is all the buzz about "21st Century Learning?"'''==
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  • [[Category: Workplace learning]]
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