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dc.description Newsletter of the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo. en
dc.description.abstract One example of an assignment that worked was having students read a particular article and then post two questions that they had regarding the article. The process went like this. The first student to post simply put up two questions. The next student had to respond to the first student�s posting and add questions: at least one question that came from the article, and had nothing to do with the first posting, and one that came from the posting to which they were replying. Their questions had to be on the board before the next class. This ensured that everyone read the article (one of the main reasons traditional class discussions were not working was that many of the students hadn�t read and thought they could get by with just listening to the in-class discussion). en
dc.format.extent 2 p. en
dc.format.medium newsletters en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher American University in Cairo en
dc.subject Educational technology en
dc.subject Student-centered learning en
dc.subject.lcsh American University in Cairo--Records and correspondence en
dc.title �Help! I Have No Focus�: Student-Centered Discussions on WebCT (Part II) en
dc.type Text en
dc.subject.aat newsletters en American University in Cairo. Center for Learning and Teaching en
dc.rights.license Copyright, American University in Cairo. All rights reserved. en
rft.volume 3 en
rft.issue 3 en New Cairo en

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