November 07, 2012

team work V.S. lectures

last week, one of my elective module was started.

There are 6 lectures per day from 9:00a.m to 6:30p.m.

At the end of the week, i felt tired and backaches.

However, at the end of the week, i found that i forget majority of the knowledge, the teachers taught in the lectures.

I think one of the reasons is that i faced to too many new information everyday. And i even had no time to re-read the lecture notes after the class.

Compared with this kind of teaching methods, i prefer the models with lots of projects, like the CBE.

Alought at the studying week of CBE, i also feel tired, I actually learned lots of knowledges when i doing the research through the internet.

In addition, i leared much more studying skills and working skills, which are mensioned in the previouse blogs.

Modules with many mini-projects are just like the learning organization,which lead to students learn by doing things and achieve the continuous improvement.

Modules with many lectures, is just like an organization with the strong hierarechy. The boss keeps ordering employees and employees just need to follow the order without thinking.

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