Cornell notes 5

Cornell notes 5 - How you go from one subject into another...

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ill be able to evaluate most classroom situation correctly. By doing this you will also increase your allocated time. The students will have Is the ability to be able to respond to situations correctly and is often referred to as having It is not only the total time available for the students to learn. It is time where the students
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Unformatted text preview: How you go from one subject into another subject so the focus and time are not lost. How well a teacher can adjust to problems in the class without losing the focus of the clas Withitness Allocated time Transitions Overlapping Jon Diegan March 18, 2008 Education 112 Cornell Notes (349-363)...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course EDUCATION 112 taught by Professor Reames during the Spring '08 term at Thiel.

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