Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course offers different theories of learning styles in the classroom. The course takes a look at how the traditional learning theories have been applied in the classroom and discusses new learning theories and topics.
I have learned the constructivist theory is a more appropriate learning theory for the 21st century student in the classroom. This learning theory is student-centered and the classroom is no longer defined by a teacher giving a lecture. Students participate in the classroom and to work with their peers.
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Advice for students:
Complete the Intellipath projects. It is a great tool in reinforcing the terminology required for the course.