distance learning 3 - Part Two In the distance element of...

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Part One Giving constructive criticism to a family member, friend or co-worker would is so much different than doing it in a distance learning environment. In a face to face feedback situation you have the opportunity to see their expressions and respond to that in a constructive way. In a face to face situation you already know the person and you will watch your words and your body language. You also can’t re-phrase what you have said. In a distance learning environment you have to watch your words but if you make a mistake you can always re-phrase what you have said. The other person also can’t see your body language. But in a distance learning situation you can be often times taken in the wrong way.
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Unformatted text preview: Part Two In the distance element of learning can be both difficult and easy. It’s nice to be able to communicate with other people from different parts of the country. It’s kind of like emailing a family member or friend and getting advice or comments to what you have said. But it can be difficult in a way that if you have a question to something, that you can’t get an immediate answer. Waiting sometimes for an answer can be frustrating if you are an impatient person. The easy part of this all is that I can erase what I have typed and retype it again. In my opinion I like the distant element of learning. It’s a whole new way of doing things for me....
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