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Nigel Coutts

Contemplating questions of work life balance - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Oddly lately I have been pondering how schools responds to the question of a work life balance. Let me try to explain my thinking. I am still trying to clarify my thinking here, so please bear with me. What does it mean to achieve work life balance, and should we want to?
Nigel Coutts

When designing student learning, what questions guide us? - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    We ask lots of questions as we plan for our student's learning. Some of the questions we ask are about where they are with their learning. But perhaps we miss one important question along the way. Maybe we should be asking questions about how our students will apply what they learn? 
futuristspeaker

10 Unanswerable Questions that Neither Science nor Religion can Answer - Futurist Speaker - 2 views

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    A few years ago I was taking a tour of a dome shaped house, and the architect explained to me that domes are an optical illusion. Whenever someone enters a room, their eyes inadvertently glance up at the corners of the room to give them the contextual dimensions of the space they're in.
Nigel Coutts

A curriculum built on the fundamental questions of our disciplines - The Learner's Way - 1 views

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    As we make plans for how we will engage our students in their learning the decisions we make become fundamental to how they will grow to understand the purposes of learning. How our learners approach the curriculum and the disciplines is fundamental to the outcomes we may achieve for them. One path will set them up to view learning as the acquisition of information the other to see it as a process of asking and exploring questions of significance through the many unique lenses.
DeZyre Academy

HDFS Interview Questions and Answers for 2016 - 1 views

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    HDFS Interview Questions and Answers-List of top Hadoop Interview Questions and Answers on HDFS that will help you crack your next Hadoop job interview.
DeZyre Academy

Pig Interview Questions and Answers for 2016 - 1 views

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    Compilation of Pig Interview Questions and Answers for freshers and experienced that are most likely to be asked in Hadoop job interviews for 2016.
DeZyre Academy

Data Analyst Interview Questions to prepare for in 2017 - 0 views

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    Popular data analyst interview questions and answers that will help candidates prepare for any analytics job interview at top tech companies for 2017.
Nigel Coutts

Questions at the heart of learning - The Learner's Way - 1 views

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    At the heart of learning are the questions to which we do not yet know the answers and the journey to the questions we have not yet asked. Such simple truths and yet understandings that can have fundamental consequences for approach to learning and growth.
lovinget2

https://web.archive.org/web/20130916104944/http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/learningdesign/print/... - 1 views

  • Synthesis requires that students consider alternative possibilities and create new solutions. Technology can provide students with an educational environment that encourages their thought processes and exposes them to their classmates' ideas.
  • elicit the level of thinking/learning that you want
  • o Bloom's Taxomony of Educational Objectives, Cognitive Domain [1].
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  • knowledge
  • comprehension
  • apply his/her knowledge and comprehension
  • analyze
  • synthesize
  • evaluate
  • analytic questions to target relationships
  • help the learner become conscious of his/her learning process
  • present problems that approximate real-life situations
  • act on the knowledge they possess.
  • assess information acquisition and understanding.
  • you want the student to evaluate information according to a set of criteria and justify his/her belief.
  • target factual information needed for recall or restatement of concepts.
  • organize and synthesize information
  • creative and original thinking.
  • incorporate integrated knowledge and combine elements into patterns not clearly visible before.
  • carefully consider who will be doing what and how long it will take.
  • Some students tend to procrastinate, so make them aware of deadlines and grade dependence
  • Praise students for high quality responses via e-mail, to the discussion group, or directly to the student. Acknowledge students by name.
  • Structure some assignments so that all students must be online during the same day-long or two-day time period
  • Be sure to relate class work to online discussions and interactions.
  • Build into your questions some guidelines to help formulate student responses
  • primarily text-based.
  • By identifying the direction that was taken during a class discussion, you can assess and redirect the conversational thread.
  • synthesize the prior week's responses
  • generate discussion or review questions
  • group to be the experts on a topic or section
  • student start the discussion
lovinget2

Untitled Document - 2 views

  • Engaging students in discussion
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    Effective questions
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    Quick link to the above topic on the Pennsylvania State University site.
alcarpenter

7 Tips for Writing Good Quiz Questions | E-Learning With Dan - 7 views

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    I give a lot of online quizzes. This article is useful in that it may help me avoid issues students might run into while taking the quiz.
Admission Times

SNAP 2013 Result Announced on 9th January - 0 views

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    The cut-off marks for SNAP 2013 will be declared during the result of the exam. Each participating institute will declare their individual SNAP 2013 cut-offs. Since this year the SNAP 2013 Cut-off marks have not been declared yet, we will give you the last year's SNAP cut-offs so that you can get an idea about the SNAP 2013 Cut-off and what to expect this year.  
Debi Griggs

A Syllabus Tip: Embed Big Questions | Faculty Focus - 5 views

  • go back to and take a closer look at your learning outcomes for the course. As you read through the outcomes, write a discussion question related to each outcome
  • After you have written at least one discussion question for each of your learning outcomes, think about which sections of your syllabus relate to each of the outcomes
  • The goal here is to use “chunking” to divide your syllabus into areas for discussion based on your learning outcomes. Continue embedding discussion questions throughout the whole syllabus. Keep the text and font consistent with your overall syllabus. You may not want your discussion questions to stand out too much. Your goal is to encourage students to read each section and find the discussion question themselves.
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  • Depending on how you design the questions, their responses will also allow you to see any gaps in their knowledge, allowing you to create resources or assignments to help them build the skills they need to succeed in your course.
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    Tips for embedding discussion into a syllabus to make it more than a statement of expectiations and outcomes.
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    This is a great strategy. I always write my learning outcomes (or understanding goals) in question forms. These can be used in so many ways...at the beginning of the course students can discuss or individually write responses to these questions and they can be reviewed at the end of the course. If the course material is very new, they are a great guide to be coming back to periodically throughout the course. In a course that lasts more than one semester, we always use the questions at the beginning of the second semester as a means of reviewing the first. Thanks for sharing this Debi.
Nica Nogard

Must Have Teacher Interview Guide - 3 views

I am a newly qualified teacher and I am very excited to work on my first job. I already applied to one of the most prestigious universities in our place yet I am a little bit hesitant if I can answ...

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Diane Neary

Online Discussions Part 2 - The Art of Asking Questions - YouTube - 2 views

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    Today I've learned that there are quite a few videos available for those of us who are learning more about online teaching.
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