Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2013/Learning meta-cognition
Hi, your opening is great, makes you want to read more. While I was looking for something else I remembered this TED talk on education that I saw earlier this year - it might not be relevant to the direction you plan to take but he's so on mark that I thought I'd mention it in case you wanted to use it. Look forward to ready the rest of your chapter!
All the best V
http://www.ted.com/talks/sir_ken_robinson_bring_on_the_revolution.html - Found another one by him, again about learning. VanessaQ (discuss • contribs) 05:06, 18 October 2013 (UTC)
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Hi, I really like how you have set out your chapter. The application activities are a great idea. Just an fyi- each of the headings in your topic surrounded by "=" signs, link back to your overview. I think this would be a good idea to do with the topics that you have laid out in your overview and perhaps just have your application activities as " <big>Application Activities</big> and the text will turn out like this: Application Activities
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A good attempt on a fascinating chapter, well done.
The chapter had some interesting theoretical coverage. Learning about learning is just such an important topic. To improve further, engage in critical analysis of the theories examined.
The chapter explored some interesting research, good job. There was good demonstration of research and theory integration. For future improvement, incorporate critical analysis of the literature.
The chapter had some written expression, grammar and punctuation issues, a thorough edit before submission can help this. The chapter would benefit from formalising the language – though it’s a self help chapter on wikiversity it’s still an academic resource. Expansion on the section on how to apply this knowledge in a self help manner to education would be useful. The flow of the chapter could be improved, it was hard to follow at times.
The learning features included some useful figures, well done. For future improvement try including some in text links and an interactive feature such as a quiz. The APA style was generally solid, good job. Remember to apply APA style to all figures. Great effort!Courtney.reis (discuss • contribs)
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Overall a good effort, well done
The presentation had some good coverage of the theory, to improve further incorporate some more of the research from the chapter and the self help applications.
The presentation used creative drawings to engage the viewer, well done. It was well paced and easy to follow. For future improvement, include interactive features like more images and/or a case study to make it more engaging