Blogs and directives..

Motivation, encouraging independent learning – allowing readers to make connections through abstraction and re – integration.

..self-directed learners and thinkers.. students have a greater chance of making connections between concepts and ideas – reference earlier posts on salient communication

In actuality, providing a bridge between traditional design / development techniques which otherwise could prove a burden on time management costs helping communicators to draft first copy and gain a summarization in a shorter time of more extensive topics.

..use of higher order thinking skills as they create
and post entries in their blogs, along with commenting on other student’s blogs.

Recognized approaches to fact finding and research, questioning the continued learning benefits such as;

  • Self-directed learning
  • Peer-to-peer teaching and learning*
  • Inquiry-based learning*
  • Problem solving

Differentiated Learning with Technology – one size does not fit all, and this applies to the way students learn. Students benefit from blogging because differentiated learning using technology offers the ability to be creative, process new knowledge in their own way, and making sense of what they are learning in a manner more appropriate to their learning style. Collaborative Learning With Technology..

Through collaborative learning, students gain from sharing with each other. Here are benefits for students when they take responsibility for their own classroom blog.

Improved Writing Skills – students learn to focus more on writing and editing blog posts, which in turn improves their writing skills. This comes when they realize their blog entries are no longer just viewed by their teacher. Students learn they are writing for and interacting with wider audiences (teacher, peers, parents, and others) which provide comments, feedback, and recommendations. This collaborative learning loop benefits students’ writing skills through creating clear and concise blog posts.

Improved Reading Skills – students find they need to develop an increased understanding of what they read for two reasons. The first, good editing requires good reading skills. The second, preparation of clear and a concise blog post requires reading comprehension.

Abstracting content, understanding the requirement for recognition and altering approaches to individual efforts improving or at least making changes to the way subjects are taught and marks attributed through a system of ‘CPC’ – Cost per click Through per individual efforts before a time when summarization is mile stoned.

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Blogs and directives..

2 thoughts on “Blogs and directives..

  1. Instead, as in Deliverability Consulting providing an opt-in list of deliverables from track ratings (proven) success;

    Your opt-in list is the most valuable asset your business owns. Trusting it to outside mailers who manage hundreds of lists and who have a spotty reputation for maintaining list security is dangerous; trusting it to internal employees who don’t have time to research and track ISP trends and the latest deliverability techniques won’t maximize your data’s value.

    Building a ratings framework upon which to offset the continued efforts of both individuals and teams.

    Differentiated Learning with Technology – one size does not fit all, and this applies to the way students learn. Students benefit from blogging because differentiated learning using technology offers the ability to be creative, process new knowledge in their own way, and making sense of what they are learning in a manner more appropriate to their learning style. Collaborative Learning With Technology.

  2. Membership interests of LLCs can be assigned, and the economic benefits of those interests can be separated and re-assigned accordingly. A move which provides the assignee with economic benefits such as distribution of profits (even losses through partnerships with high street outlets – reference earlier / later posts on the inside track watching Spread bets and investments)

    A joint research project of the WIPO and the United Nations University measuring the impact of IP systems on six Asian countries found “a positive correlation between the strengthening of the IP system and subsequent economic growth.” [13] Other models would not expect that this correlation necessarily mean causation with tried and tested methods / mathematical models, some of which predict patent holders may prefer operating in countries with strong IP laws.

    Neutrality is disputed, in favour of turning the selection of member countries into a private enterprise which best suits the major traders at the time, putting aside the interests of consumers – employment growth and the requirements of their workforce, leaving instead the door wide open to manipulation by arbitrators.

    In some of the cases, as was shown for Taiwan[14] after the 1986 reform, the economic growth that comes with a stronger IP system might be due to an increase in stock capital from direct foreign investment.

    Future focus: Mapping your marketplace, top-down administration..

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