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Name one way to manage time better. Use a daily planner. Avoid distractions. Good sleeping habits.
Is moodle an effective tool for success? Of course it is! Moodle is a great way to help organize all of your classes and assignments better. Moodle can also help build a better connection with other classmates and teachers.
What technology can you incorporate to help with online course? Computers, software and hardware. Search engines, and other internet-based study tools. Mobile devices can also be used to help make managing classes easier and more flexible.
How does the brain affect classroom learning? Your brain controls your entire learning process, and it needs to be well taken care of. You need to get adequate amounts of sleep to be able to absorb more information. Also, our brains are most effective at the beginning and end of lectures.
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