Friday, January 27, 2012

Learning Difficulty

Question: “Most of us can think of times when we struggled to learn something. What was yours?” p. 7.

My Answer: Statistics. I can still see the instructor filling the blackboard with figures that meant absolutely nothing to me. And feeling the sinking feeling that I was overwhelmed. What did I do? I took the topics which the instructor was filling the blackboard with, found a book that clearly and plainly explained each topic, ignored the course text and the instructor, and managed to achieve a “C” on my exam.

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Title: “Intervention: Seeing and Supporting the Individual Within the Community.” D Lapp, D Fisher and N Frey. Voices from the Middle (December 2011), 7-0.

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