18 comments for “Hey how about this great LJ Tool I have just discovered… please do the poll for me, MG

  1. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 9:02 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?

    Yes

    But they are difficult to follow with such an open format. Grup work also creates its own problems and studebts without a computer are at a disadvantage.

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    Yes

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?

    No.

    It would be a good option for students with no computer, or who would prefer one over online work. But there would need to be a guideline so students would need to decide after a certain point, but before another point.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?

    Yes.

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?

    No.

    Groups with lazy or ineffective members may harm more dedicated students marks. Popularity and inner group friendships and dislikes can undermine the peer marking system. People who put in all the work or get lumped with it are subject to group censureship. It seems to only work when the group is in the majorty co-operative.

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    Open book exams would be good with notes from study and class.

    Do you enjoy drama group work?

    No.

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?

    No

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?

    Yes: take home questions we answer on Livejournal. Possibly create our own communaties with people who belive this, for and against, et cetera (Like with wit community focussed on femmanism critacsim, we post on community and cut and paste in own jornal) Plus other alternative ways on answering questions.

  2. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 9:02 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?

    Yes

    But they are difficult to follow with such an open format. Grup work also creates its own problems and studebts without a computer are at a disadvantage.

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    Yes

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?

    No.

    It would be a good option for students with no computer, or who would prefer one over online work. But there would need to be a guideline so students would need to decide after a certain point, but before another point.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?

    Yes.

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?

    No.

    Groups with lazy or ineffective members may harm more dedicated students marks. Popularity and inner group friendships and dislikes can undermine the peer marking system. People who put in all the work or get lumped with it are subject to group censureship. It seems to only work when the group is in the majorty co-operative.

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    Open book exams would be good with notes from study and class.

    Do you enjoy drama group work?

    No.

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?

    No

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?

    Yes: take home questions we answer on Livejournal. Possibly create our own communaties with people who belive this, for and against, et cetera (Like with wit community focussed on femmanism critacsim, we post on community and cut and paste in own jornal) Plus other alternative ways on answering questions.

  3. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 9:02 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?

    Yes

    But they are difficult to follow with such an open format. Grup work also creates its own problems and studebts without a computer are at a disadvantage.

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    Yes

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?

    No.

    It would be a good option for students with no computer, or who would prefer one over online work. But there would need to be a guideline so students would need to decide after a certain point, but before another point.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?

    Yes.

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?

    No.

    Groups with lazy or ineffective members may harm more dedicated students marks. Popularity and inner group friendships and dislikes can undermine the peer marking system. People who put in all the work or get lumped with it are subject to group censureship. It seems to only work when the group is in the majorty co-operative.

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    Open book exams would be good with notes from study and class.

    Do you enjoy drama group work?

    No.

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?

    No

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?

    Yes: take home questions we answer on Livejournal. Possibly create our own communaties with people who belive this, for and against, et cetera (Like with wit community focussed on femmanism critacsim, we post on community and cut and paste in own jornal) Plus other alternative ways on answering questions.

  4. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 9:02 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?

    Yes

    But they are difficult to follow with such an open format. Grup work also creates its own problems and studebts without a computer are at a disadvantage.

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    Yes

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?

    No.

    It would be a good option for students with no computer, or who would prefer one over online work. But there would need to be a guideline so students would need to decide after a certain point, but before another point.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?

    Yes.

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?

    No.

    Groups with lazy or ineffective members may harm more dedicated students marks. Popularity and inner group friendships and dislikes can undermine the peer marking system. People who put in all the work or get lumped with it are subject to group censureship. It seems to only work when the group is in the majorty co-operative.

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    Open book exams would be good with notes from study and class.

    Do you enjoy drama group work?

    No.

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?

    No

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?

    Yes: take home questions we answer on Livejournal. Possibly create our own communaties with people who belive this, for and against, et cetera (Like with wit community focussed on femmanism critacsim, we post on community and cut and paste in own jornal) Plus other alternative ways on answering questions.

  5. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 9:02 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?

    Yes

    But they are difficult to follow with such an open format. Grup work also creates its own problems and studebts without a computer are at a disadvantage.

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    Yes

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?

    No.

    It would be a good option for students with no computer, or who would prefer one over online work. But there would need to be a guideline so students would need to decide after a certain point, but before another point.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?

    Yes.

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?

    No.

    Groups with lazy or ineffective members may harm more dedicated students marks. Popularity and inner group friendships and dislikes can undermine the peer marking system. People who put in all the work or get lumped with it are subject to group censureship. It seems to only work when the group is in the majorty co-operative.

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    Open book exams would be good with notes from study and class.

    Do you enjoy drama group work?

    No.

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?

    No

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?

    Yes: take home questions we answer on Livejournal. Possibly create our own communaties with people who belive this, for and against, et cetera (Like with wit community focussed on femmanism critacsim, we post on community and cut and paste in own jornal) Plus other alternative ways on answering questions.

  6. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 9:02 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?

    Yes

    But they are difficult to follow with such an open format. Grup work also creates its own problems and studebts without a computer are at a disadvantage.

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    Yes

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?

    No.

    It would be a good option for students with no computer, or who would prefer one over online work. But there would need to be a guideline so students would need to decide after a certain point, but before another point.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?

    Yes.

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?

    No.

    Groups with lazy or ineffective members may harm more dedicated students marks. Popularity and inner group friendships and dislikes can undermine the peer marking system. People who put in all the work or get lumped with it are subject to group censureship. It seems to only work when the group is in the majorty co-operative.

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    Open book exams would be good with notes from study and class.

    Do you enjoy drama group work?

    No.

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?

    No

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?

    Yes: take home questions we answer on Livejournal. Possibly create our own communaties with people who belive this, for and against, et cetera (Like with wit community focussed on femmanism critacsim, we post on community and cut and paste in own jornal) Plus other alternative ways on answering questions.

  7. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 11:23 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    yes
    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?
    yes
    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    no
    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    Too much criticism and not enough feedback on how to fix problems
    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    Group work is a chore which only benefits the members of the group that are slackers who leave the majority of the work up to others, which brings up the mark of the slacker and minimises the mark of those who are actually contributing conscientiously
    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?
    No exams are necessary if the workload is as it has been, exams only benefit those people that are really good at writing an essay, the rest will struggle even more with nerves and the same doubts they have when writing essays throughout the semester
    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    Yes I enjoy drama work, but here again is the same problem as group work
    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    Not for marks, only for self evaluation
    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    Yes, particularly if the commitment is as great as has been.

  8. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 11:23 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    yes
    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?
    yes
    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    no
    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    Too much criticism and not enough feedback on how to fix problems
    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    Group work is a chore which only benefits the members of the group that are slackers who leave the majority of the work up to others, which brings up the mark of the slacker and minimises the mark of those who are actually contributing conscientiously
    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?
    No exams are necessary if the workload is as it has been, exams only benefit those people that are really good at writing an essay, the rest will struggle even more with nerves and the same doubts they have when writing essays throughout the semester
    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    Yes I enjoy drama work, but here again is the same problem as group work
    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    Not for marks, only for self evaluation
    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    Yes, particularly if the commitment is as great as has been.

  9. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 11:23 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    yes
    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?
    yes
    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    no
    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    Too much criticism and not enough feedback on how to fix problems
    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    Group work is a chore which only benefits the members of the group that are slackers who leave the majority of the work up to others, which brings up the mark of the slacker and minimises the mark of those who are actually contributing conscientiously
    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?
    No exams are necessary if the workload is as it has been, exams only benefit those people that are really good at writing an essay, the rest will struggle even more with nerves and the same doubts they have when writing essays throughout the semester
    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    Yes I enjoy drama work, but here again is the same problem as group work
    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    Not for marks, only for self evaluation
    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    Yes, particularly if the commitment is as great as has been.

  10. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 11:23 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    yes
    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?
    yes
    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    no
    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    Too much criticism and not enough feedback on how to fix problems
    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    Group work is a chore which only benefits the members of the group that are slackers who leave the majority of the work up to others, which brings up the mark of the slacker and minimises the mark of those who are actually contributing conscientiously
    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?
    No exams are necessary if the workload is as it has been, exams only benefit those people that are really good at writing an essay, the rest will struggle even more with nerves and the same doubts they have when writing essays throughout the semester
    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    Yes I enjoy drama work, but here again is the same problem as group work
    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    Not for marks, only for self evaluation
    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    Yes, particularly if the commitment is as great as has been.

  11. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 11:23 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    yes
    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?
    yes
    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    no
    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    Too much criticism and not enough feedback on how to fix problems
    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    Group work is a chore which only benefits the members of the group that are slackers who leave the majority of the work up to others, which brings up the mark of the slacker and minimises the mark of those who are actually contributing conscientiously
    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?
    No exams are necessary if the workload is as it has been, exams only benefit those people that are really good at writing an essay, the rest will struggle even more with nerves and the same doubts they have when writing essays throughout the semester
    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    Yes I enjoy drama work, but here again is the same problem as group work
    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    Not for marks, only for self evaluation
    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    Yes, particularly if the commitment is as great as has been.

  12. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 11:23 am

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    yes
    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?
    yes
    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    no
    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    Too much criticism and not enough feedback on how to fix problems
    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    Group work is a chore which only benefits the members of the group that are slackers who leave the majority of the work up to others, which brings up the mark of the slacker and minimises the mark of those who are actually contributing conscientiously
    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?
    No exams are necessary if the workload is as it has been, exams only benefit those people that are really good at writing an essay, the rest will struggle even more with nerves and the same doubts they have when writing essays throughout the semester
    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    Yes I enjoy drama work, but here again is the same problem as group work
    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    Not for marks, only for self evaluation
    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    Yes, particularly if the commitment is as great as has been.

  13. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    Yes i do learn from them but it is difficult for some that it is internet based. i believe literature shouldnt be as technologically orientated

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    helps you to compare yourself with other people n share your thoughts however the fact that we are assessed on our capacity to use this function can disadvantage some.

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    maybe a mix of both.. as in a small written quiz on a topic wich we have dicussed and we know what kind of answer is expected and what elements it need.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    yes they are good, but we need more feedback on them.. as in what we are doing right and or wrong

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    yes! this is one of the best part! very fun, intresting and laughable!

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    yeah, i guess.. wouldnt be bad however some people may have advantages of consulting others at home

    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    yes! very fun!

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    maybe..

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    no!!! assesing someones capacity to use a program and do all these fancy extras that you like to see.. i think is not a part of literature. sure it explores our creativity.. but still i dont realli agree on its assesment

  14. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    Yes i do learn from them but it is difficult for some that it is internet based. i believe literature shouldnt be as technologically orientated

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    helps you to compare yourself with other people n share your thoughts however the fact that we are assessed on our capacity to use this function can disadvantage some.

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    maybe a mix of both.. as in a small written quiz on a topic wich we have dicussed and we know what kind of answer is expected and what elements it need.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    yes they are good, but we need more feedback on them.. as in what we are doing right and or wrong

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    yes! this is one of the best part! very fun, intresting and laughable!

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    yeah, i guess.. wouldnt be bad however some people may have advantages of consulting others at home

    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    yes! very fun!

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    maybe..

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    no!!! assesing someones capacity to use a program and do all these fancy extras that you like to see.. i think is not a part of literature. sure it explores our creativity.. but still i dont realli agree on its assesment

  15. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    Yes i do learn from them but it is difficult for some that it is internet based. i believe literature shouldnt be as technologically orientated

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    helps you to compare yourself with other people n share your thoughts however the fact that we are assessed on our capacity to use this function can disadvantage some.

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    maybe a mix of both.. as in a small written quiz on a topic wich we have dicussed and we know what kind of answer is expected and what elements it need.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    yes they are good, but we need more feedback on them.. as in what we are doing right and or wrong

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    yes! this is one of the best part! very fun, intresting and laughable!

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    yeah, i guess.. wouldnt be bad however some people may have advantages of consulting others at home

    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    yes! very fun!

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    maybe..

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    no!!! assesing someones capacity to use a program and do all these fancy extras that you like to see.. i think is not a part of literature. sure it explores our creativity.. but still i dont realli agree on its assesment

  16. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    Yes i do learn from them but it is difficult for some that it is internet based. i believe literature shouldnt be as technologically orientated

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    helps you to compare yourself with other people n share your thoughts however the fact that we are assessed on our capacity to use this function can disadvantage some.

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    maybe a mix of both.. as in a small written quiz on a topic wich we have dicussed and we know what kind of answer is expected and what elements it need.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    yes they are good, but we need more feedback on them.. as in what we are doing right and or wrong

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    yes! this is one of the best part! very fun, intresting and laughable!

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    yeah, i guess.. wouldnt be bad however some people may have advantages of consulting others at home

    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    yes! very fun!

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    maybe..

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    no!!! assesing someones capacity to use a program and do all these fancy extras that you like to see.. i think is not a part of literature. sure it explores our creativity.. but still i dont realli agree on its assesment

  17. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    Yes i do learn from them but it is difficult for some that it is internet based. i believe literature shouldnt be as technologically orientated

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    helps you to compare yourself with other people n share your thoughts however the fact that we are assessed on our capacity to use this function can disadvantage some.

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    maybe a mix of both.. as in a small written quiz on a topic wich we have dicussed and we know what kind of answer is expected and what elements it need.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    yes they are good, but we need more feedback on them.. as in what we are doing right and or wrong

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    yes! this is one of the best part! very fun, intresting and laughable!

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    yeah, i guess.. wouldnt be bad however some people may have advantages of consulting others at home

    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    yes! very fun!

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    maybe..

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    no!!! assesing someones capacity to use a program and do all these fancy extras that you like to see.. i think is not a part of literature. sure it explores our creativity.. but still i dont realli agree on its assesment

  18. Anonymous
    May 13, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    WebCT Discussions: do you find them valuable as a learning tool?
    Yes i do learn from them but it is difficult for some that it is internet based. i believe literature shouldnt be as technologically orientated

    LiveJournal: do you find this a valuable addition to your lectures and tutorials?

    helps you to compare yourself with other people n share your thoughts however the fact that we are assessed on our capacity to use this function can disadvantage some.

    Exams: would you prefer to have a written exam instead of on-line work?
    maybe a mix of both.. as in a small written quiz on a topic wich we have dicussed and we know what kind of answer is expected and what elements it need.

    Essays: Do you find these a valuable learning tool?
    yes they are good, but we need more feedback on them.. as in what we are doing right and or wrong

    Group work: do you find this educationally valuable and enjoyable?
    yes! this is one of the best part! very fun, intresting and laughable!

    Exams: would you like a seen or take-home exam?

    yeah, i guess.. wouldnt be bad however some people may have advantages of consulting others at home

    Do you enjoy drama group work?
    yes! very fun!

    Would you like to see WebCT Quizzes on Literature?
    maybe..

    Would you like to see more value given to LiveJournal?
    no!!! assesing someones capacity to use a program and do all these fancy extras that you like to see.. i think is not a part of literature. sure it explores our creativity.. but still i dont realli agree on its assesment

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