From this draft paper, i can see some evidence of the style of some interactions on some types of MOOCs. Regrettably, it offers them as though representing all interactions and all types of MOOCs and does not recognise the differences in pedagogy/heutagogy of the widely varying courses now available. Indeed, it does not describe the original cMOOCs though it does draw on a lot of the literature which has arisen from and around MOOCs and applies this without qualification to MOOCs. Within those constraints, however, is there something here to consider about the style of interaction of participants on these MOOCs
Bin He, Ph.D., leads a team of scientists and engineers who are working on a device that allows human subjects to control the flight of small, remote-controlled helicopters using only their minds. The researchers believe this technology has the potential to restore mobility and independence to individuals suffering from neuromuscular disorders and paralysis, and could enhance the natural motor functions of pilots, surgeons and ordinary citizens.
I have read and understand that people are now advancing towards technology. This article shows a group of people are trying to work on a device that allows human subjects to control the flight of small, remote-controlled helicopters using only their minds. This is a good possibilities towards our future.
The real issue is the prejudice in this world that will be forced upon him, that is what I would do with my wish. I would rid the world of the prejudice that says people with Down syndrome are something less.
I gained valuable insights after reading this article and realised that prejudice is not only against the most common example of races but also people who are slightly different from us, such as people who suffer from Down syndrome. In my opinion, I don’t think the extra-chromosome is the real problem, its prejudice which gains peculiar stares from onlookers. I believe it’s really inhumane to do such a thing where we ourselves are born healthy and yet we look down on others who are different.
I have understood that I seeing the attitude makes a difference in how we think and how we work. If we do not have a positive attitude and we keep taking things negatively, we would not be able to make things possible. Our mind controls how we think and how we do the things. Thus, we need to have the right attitude towards doing something.
This LibGuide explores the following themes: 1. causes and effects of conflict in a multi-ethnic society (case studies of Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka and 2. challenges in resolving ethnic conflicts.
From this article, i have know that during the early years, the tamil's received special rights and treatments that are better than the sinhalese. Over the next few years, their roles were changed. All of the people viewed this matter differently, and often results in violence. If they were to understand to edach other and solved this peacefully it would be a better outcome for Sri Lanka.
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