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CheckPointDistance Learning I

CheckPointDistance Learning I - you normally may not have...

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My initial thoughts on distance learning where positive ones. I have always been the type of person who benefits more from reading texts then listening to lectures. I chose distance learning primarily for that reason since this fits my learning style. My view of distance learning has changed by learning that it is set up to stimulate classroom discussion. This can be very useful by allowing you to read an idea or point of view that
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Unformatted text preview: you normally may not have thought of, and allowing students to ask each other and their teachers questions with ease. The fact that interaction with staff and other students counts towards your participation and your grade helps to keep students from feeling lost and afraid to ask questions....
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