Introduzione al Riepilogo - Learning Process
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Introduzione al Riepilogo - Learning Process

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    Bella Jennifer Myra M.
    PH
    Bella Jennifer Myra M.

    in this learning some attitudes are not learned but adopted this maybe changes but knowledge is in learning give high morals and upgrade your learning learned.

    Sylvia Obiajulu  M.
    NG
    Sylvia Obiajulu M.

    nice module and an eye opener.

    Maria Myrna T.
    AE
    Maria Myrna T.

    I am done with this module completely but the percentage in "My Progress" is not moving/changing. It remains in 1%... if this will be the case.. no one will be able to complete this course. Please double check the system.

    Daisy Dorothy W.
    NZ
    Daisy Dorothy W.

    Interesting course

    Samantha C.
    GB
    Samantha C.

    Looking forward to the part

    Martin C.
    MX
    Martin C.

    Covers all the points.

    Alina R.
    MY
    Alina R.

    I completed but it still said 2/4 for the first module ....

    Neila M B.
    PR
    Neila M B.

    Have the same situation. This the third time I try and my progress remains in 1%. Waste of time

    Beverly C.
    US
    Beverly C.

    Being able to know the difference in others learning style is educational and it helps the teacher to be able to better understand the student learning style so they can help them better

    Richard B.
    US
    Richard B.

    The learning process includes knowledge and attitudes for example that are permanent. I would to add that one's culture plays an important part in the learning process. Socioeconomic status of students living in "not so privileged" communities may hinder learning. What good is a school-provided laptop if the household cannot afford internet connection? What about some single-family households in which a middle school child has to stay home to care for a younger sister? (The parent may have two jobs and does not return home until 10 or 11pm.)

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