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Desirable Difficulties in Theory and Practise.
If you set up a ‘desirable learning environment’ it appears you can develop fast learning (or apparent rapid progress). However, if you create ‘desirable difficulties’ including spacing, interleaving, testing rather than re-study and variability. 555 more words
After nearly two years of intense study, scholarship and research, my dissertation The Evolution & Impact of the Massive Open Online Course has been published to ProQuest (though I am sharing it via Scribd, as ProQuest is not always the easiest for open access). 666 more words
My teaching experience has been, to say the least, varied. My specific assignments for full time courses over the years since starting in 1990 have included: Bible, Life Science, Earth Science, Biology, Experimental Science, Ancient Literature, Ancient History, Medieval Humanities, US History, Modern Literature, History of Philosophy, Logic, Rhetoric, Composition, American Movies, and even P.E. 569 more words