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Using a matrix to organise ideas from a discussion

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Damon introduces another teaching strategy that uses a matrix to think about pluses and minuses. He gives an example where he asks learners to think about the effect of study and work on time, money, and future prospects. The tutors enthusiastically write into the cells discussing how study and full-time work is a recipe for stress.

They leave happy and thank Damon for another great session. It is 4:30pm on a Wednesday afternoon. They clearly mean it.

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26 January 2018 00:53
My daughter was accepted into the top public university in the country, UC Berkeley. Yes she was one of her high school valedictorians but everyone at Berkeley is basically a valedictorian, so no big deal. But what got her in, what made her stand out, what made the college take notice was her admission essay written from the bottom of her heart and not by http://writepaperforme.org/ . They did not just want another student with a 4.9 GPA, they wanted a student that had character and would make a difference in the world. That's why essays are vital to the process.
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