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  • Vincent Isidro Philippines I hope I can read about Urie Bronfrenbrenner
    2015-03-26 07:03:25

  • Sherwyn Charles Trinidad and Tobago without the teachers perspectives and three ideas are the reality of understanding,so what the important fields?
    2015-03-23 04:03:01

  • Sherwyn Charles Trinidad and Tobago preparedness and rediness are vital
    2015-03-23 04:03:37

  • Susan Tancock United Kingdom Good so far!
    2015-03-18 12:03:53

  • Chidambara Rao India good
    2015-03-17 09:03:16

  • Emma Brown United Kingdom What about mental readiness? I'd say that was just if not more important than physical,
    2015-03-16 16:03:39

    • Iftikhar Mir Canada Good question..i think mental readiness is linked with the maturity & its a thinking process but physical readiness concerns teacher in my opinion ,..does he have health defects ,speech problem,if he has hearing and visual problem ? so both teacher and child have to make adjustments..in short both mental & physical readiness is essential part of teaching...thats what i think..
      2015-03-17 15:03:08
  • Titilayo Onukwu United States of America Name the two major learning theories?
    2015-03-16 00:03:50

  • Titilayo Onukwu United States of America Give an example of physical learning?
    2015-03-16 00:03:27

  • Titilayo Onukwu United States of America In this module, it can be clearly understood that a teacher needs to know that there is a clear difference between learning and teaching. In other words they are not the same.
    2015-03-15 23:03:42

  • Adedolapo Abatan United Kingdom Sequencing is steps used to make learning easy for the teacher to disseminate and for students to acquire.For instance in a little child who want to learn basic maths he needs learn to count numbers 1-10,identify the numbers and then learn to add or subtract numbers.
    2015-03-11 11:03:36

    • Adedolapo Abatan United Kingdom Sequencing is steps used to make learning easy for the teacher to disseminate and for students to acquire.For instance in a little child who want to learn basic maths he needs to learn to count numbers 1-10,identify the numbers and then learn to add or subtract numbers through fun and practical process
      2015-03-11 11:03:37
  • Onyinyechi Nwosu Nigeria yea
    2015-03-10 10:03:47

  • Florence Odili Nigeria Does incidental learning affects a child classroom or curriculum learning
    2015-03-08 14:03:29

  • Florence Odili Nigeria This is great, it explains the role a teacher plays in preparing a child for learning.
    2015-03-08 14:03:50

  • Florence Odili Nigeria Which learning process influences the student more, informal or formal?
    2015-03-06 17:03:32

  • Florence Odili Nigeria Learning within the confinement of school and or classrooms are formal learning however there are informal learning which takes place in our environment, homes, etc
    2015-03-06 17:03:27

  • Nelia Indunan Russian Federation Learning should have a good impact to the receiver in a conducive environment.
    2015-03-06 14:03:36

  • Lauren Conley United States of America What is incidental learning?
    2015-02-20 00:02:40

  • Hannah Hitchin United Kingdom What is progress learning ?
    2015-02-18 14:02:57

  • asia bibbo United States of America what is the process in learning
    2015-02-16 20:02:45

  • asia bibbo United States of America how can a tachers' perspective is on learning?
    2015-02-16 20:02:26

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