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CSC239 Student Websites

11/07/2012 1 comment
Categories: CSC239

CSC239 Student Projects

Students have a lot of fun in designing their webpage on Google Sites, and here are the sites:

Categories: CSC239, Student Projects

CSC337: Midterm Exam Grade Distribution

Click the following graph for a more interactive chart:

Categories: CSC337

CSC337: Grades’ Distribution of Quiz1

Please check the following image for the grades’ distribution of our Quiz 1.

Categories: CSC337

Online Quiz System

09/27/2011 1 comment
Categories: CSC431, iTechnology

Know Your Learning Style

Based on: Perceptual Learning-Style Preference Questionnaire

Click HERE to learn your own learning style.

Students learn in many different ways. The questionnaire you completed and scored showed which ways you prefer to learn English. In many cases, students’ learning style preferences show how well students learn material in different situations.

The explanations of major learning style preferences below describe the characteristics of those learners. The descriptions will give you some information about ways in which you learn best.

Visual Major Learning Style Preference

You learn well from seeing words in books, on the chalkboard, and in workbooks. You remember and understand information and instructions better if you read them. You don’t need as much oral explanation as an auditory learner, and you can often learn alone, with a book. You should take notes of lectures and oral directions if you want to remember the information.

Auditory Major Learning Style Preference

You learn from hearing words spoken and from oral explanations. You may remember information by reading aloud or moving your lips as you read, especially when you are learning new material. You benefit from hearing audio tapes, lectures, and class discussions. You benefit from making tapes to listen to, by teaching other students, and by conversing with your teacher.

Kinesthetic Major Learning Style Preference

You learn best by experience, by being involved physically in classroom experiences. You remember information well when you actively participate in activities, field trips, and role-playing in the classroom. A combination of stimuli–for example, an audiotape combined with an activity–will help you understand new material.

Tactile Major Learning Style Preference

You learn best when you have the opportunity to do “hands-on” experiences with materials. That is, working on experiments in a laboratory, handling and building models, and touching and working with materials provide you with the most successful learning situation. Writing notes or instructions can help you remember information, and physical involvement in class related activities may help you understand new information.

Group Major Learning Style Preference

You learn more easily when you study with at least one other student, and you will be more successful completing work well when you work with others. You value group interaction and class work with other students, and you remember information better when you work with two or three classmates. The stimulation you receive from group work helps you learn and understand new information.

Individual Major Learning Style Preference

You learn best when you work alone. You think better when you study alone, and you remember information you learn by yourself. You understand new material best when you learn it alone, and you make better progress in learning when you work by yourself.

Minor Learning Styles

In most cases, minor learning styles indicate areas where you can function well as a learner. Usually a very successful learner can learn in several different ways.

Negligible Learning Styles

Often, a negligible score indicates that you may have difficulty learning in that way. One solution may be to direct your learning to your stronger styles. Another solution might be to try to work on some of the skills to strengthen your learning style in the negligible area.

Categories: Courses, CSC239, CSC337, CSC431, CSC439

Welcome, Students!

Welcome back, students! It’s the beginning of the semester. Wish you a fruitful semester!

Categories: Courses, CSC239, CSC337, CSC431, CSC439