Assessing_Validity_of_Varying_Points_of_View

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Unformatted text preview: Title Assessing the Validity of Varying Points of View Assessment A, Part 1: Assessing the Validity of Statements in a Discussion Some people think that online education is not as effective as a traditional classroom. ☐ Reasonable ☑ Unreasonable Getting a degree online gives you much more flexibility in terms of when you take classes. ☑ Reasonable ☐ Unreasonable You can’t learn as much online as in a normal classroom. ☐ Reasonable ☑ Unreasonable You get better personalization and interaction online than with a traditional class. ☑ Reasonable ☐ Unreasonable An online degree will never earn you the same salary as a traditional degree. ☐ Reasonable ☑ Unreasonable If you have the drive to succeed, you can get just as much out of the online education as you can from a normal classroom. ☑ Reasonable ☐ Unreasonable Assessment A, Part 2: Assessing the Validity of Statements in a Discussion Explain why "Some people think that online education is not as effective as a traditional classroom" is unreasonable. That's not true. Those are not real facts either, one reason I could say that many people tend to learn the information online just like in a tradition sc class on different days and at your paste as well. In a normal classroom you have to be they’re at a certain time and you have to buy book and writ class on different days and at your paste as well....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course COM 155 155 taught by Professor Shepherd during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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