Most of them were short. The average attack duration was 11 minutes, with the longest lasting 22 hours 1, minutes. Here's a histogram showing the distribution of NTP attack duration:
Select Page Teaching Tools: Reflection after an experience is a natural part of learning. What can I do better next time?
By writing down their experiences and reflecting on them, students move from the more abstract world of "Yeah, I would like to do better on my next test," to the more concrete world of goal setting. As teachers we want students to reflect on what they learned, analyze why they made the mistakes that they made, and make the appropriate adjustments next time.
We assume that this is an inherent ability in all of us and that students do this regularly: Another problem is how we as teachers present reflection as a tool to our students. But to be effective, reflective practices should be accompanied with goal setting.
Teachers can convey the importance and purpose of reflection formal learning. How much time do you give yourself to study?
Where do you study best, in a quiet room? Do you have a space in which you can study? How long can you concentrate on a difficult subject before you need to take a break?
Next, have students think about content. How you study for a math test vs. Does the test require rote memorization or a demonstration of a skill? Can you break down the test into skill questions vs.
Which kind did you have the most trouble with? Did the test require you to formulate an analysis? Or make an inference?
Last, have students think about what method of learning works best for them. Are they visual, kinesthetic, or auditory learners?
Help them to think of ways to use their strengths and learning styles to their advantage. Flash cards may work best for some students, while rhymes or other mnemonic devices may work better for others. Students who need to memorize long passages or scripts might do well in recording themselves and listening to it multiple times.
Putting these thoughts on paper is key. They can easily come back to their journals, review, reflect, and make adjustments for next time.
Encourage your students to reflect often and effectively in their journey to become life-long learners. Bret Thayer is a teacher with 15 years of classroom experience and is passionate about helping other teachers and students reach their highest potential…he also enjoys the Zen of fly fishing, cooking, and playing acoustic guitar.
Boyd and Ann W. Nice meet you at Twitter and read your blog. I have already place your site at my blog.In my last Live-Training (in Italy), Alessandro Pellegrini made this wonderful Render: This is the perfect image to say something about the Reflection Maps..
In the following image reflections are glossed. Leaks have been modeled in 3D, but the whole surface has just uniform reflections.
This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Not. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Java Reflection makes it possible to inspect classes, interfaces, fields and methods at runtime, without knowing the names of the classes, methods etc.
at compile time. It is also possible to instantiate new objects, invoke methods and get/set field values using reflection.
Java Reflection is quite. Download the source code for this post: timberdesignmag.com Last week I wrote a post about generating a CSV from a DataTable. As I hardly use DataTables these days I thought it would be good to write a function that does this for a generic list of objects using reflection to get the properties of the object and export them.
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