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Lesson Plans


Activity vs Learning Constructs

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Mon, 23 Aug 1999 20:27:27 -0700


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On activity:

"I have my students use Dabbler everyday. You don't have to think of any =
fancy=20
assignments. Basically, you can assign them the same type of assignments =
you=20
would if they were using colored pencil, paint, chalk, etc. The only=20
difference is they don't get messy!"

On learning constructs:

How about learning something about the straight forward and historical =
nature
and function of: pencils, paints, and chalks, and on how practice may =
allow us
to get a grip on a life that often becomes quite messy - and how one can =
learn
to clean it up with ease.
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On activity:
 
"I have my students use Dabbler everyday. You don't = have to=20 think of any fancy
assignments. Basically, you can assign them the = same type=20 of assignments you
would if they were using colored pencil, paint, = chalk,=20 etc. The only
difference is they don't get messy!"
 
On learning constructs:
 
How about learning something about the straight = forward and=20 historical nature
and function of: = pencils, paints, and chalks, and on how practice may allow=20 us
to get a grip on a life = that often=20 becomes quite messy - and how one can = learn
to clean it up with ease.
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