Exercise 3 - learning either makes it easier or more...

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Recall a time when you gave constructive criticism to another student, a friend, or a family member. How would giving feedback to a classmate in a distance learning environment be different from giving face-to- face feedback? Compare and contrast the two processes in a 100- to 150-word response Giving feedback to a classmate in a distance learning program for me is easier to do, if you feel the need to disagree with what a classmate says in a distance learning program you don't have to worry about a face to face confrontation about the matter. With having to type out your responses to classmates, it gives you the opportunity to see what you write in response to a classmate who disagrees with you and allows you to analyze what you are about to say. .in a sense it forces you to think before you speak, which could save you a lot of very heated arguments with a fellow classmate. Submit a second 100- to 150-word response describing how, in your opinion, the “distance” element of
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Unformatted text preview: learning either makes it easier or more difficult to communicate, and why. The distance element of learning is both easier and more difficult. .. it is easier because there are no set times that you have to be in class for, and you have the opportunity to know what your assignments are going to be ahead of time therefore allowing you time to work on them. I like the forums and being able to express my opinions in an unbiased way, but communicating with the instructors can sometimes be difficult. What makes it difficult is that it's harder to express what you mean in writing than it is face-to-face, and at times it can seem like you are constantly repeating yourself while trying to explain what you mean so you can get a clear answer. Also you do not get an immediate answer and many times have to wait until the next day to get an answer to your questions instead of how you would be answered immediately if you were sitting in a classroom....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2010 for the course GEN/1 AAGH0ORVT1 taught by Professor Sharonpowell during the Fall '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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