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Friday, 28 September 2007


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Stephen Downes

There will always seem to be many reasons to measure learning so long as that measurement is seen as cheap, free or easy. Add cost or difficulty to the calculation, however, and the list of reasons begins to evolve.

Steve Rosenbaum

I'd like to add one more that we find very important. We focuses on measuring time to proficiency. This helps us determine if and when someone is really up-to-speed not just completed the formal training. We call this the difference between graduation day and independence day.

mike cardus

I found this to be very inlightening. As I facilitate college students in leadership processing I ofen wonder how is this learning measurable. The questions that I ask and the exams I administer (if properly written) are an indicator of progress as well as need that I must fullfill.


It's understandable that cash makes us disembarrass. But how to act if someone doesn't have cash? The only one way is to receive the personal loans and just sba loan.

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