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learning log

An ongoing chronicle maintained by junior doctors training in the UK, in which they list what they have learned and when. Learning logs include reflective and descriptive notes, which serve to document the trainees’ knowledge and skill exposures whilst training in a particular specialty.
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The publisher's website contains writing assignments, animations, videos, and learning logs.
Throughout the semester, students described their experiences working with the child in dialogic learning logs.
Coverage includes the theoretical context in terms of the setting, the impact of individual difference on strategy choice and use, and the links between strategies and autonomy; strategies involving cognitive and metacognitive development in relation to the four language skills, grammar, vocabulary, and intercultural learning; and metacognitive and affective strategies for self-management in independent learning, such as learning logs, self-correction, collaborative and online strategies, and ways of integrating strategies into independent learning materials.
A CD with printable lesson plans, Student Learning Logs and "Learn Along at Home" letters to parents for each arts experience are also included.
The students were somewhat anxious with the lack of a single correct answer in subjects such as "Image and Text" and as their learning logs indicated, they found the role of arguing for individual interpretation slightly problematic.
Others give instructions for tasks such as planning a learning event, procuring learning services, preparing a lesson plan, conducting games and simulations, and keeping learning logs and contracts.
Worksheets, learning logs, and a model for patient-doctor interactions are included.
My purpose in choosing learning logs was threefold: I wanted the students to be able to articulate in their own words what they were learning (Carr, 2002), to monitor their progress throughout the course (Commander and Smith, 1996), and increasingly to see themselves as responsible, engaged, and self-directed learners (Brockett and Hiemstra, 1991).
Utilize learning logs, response cards, portfolios, and/or journals;
Traditionally, training is seen as a very paper-intensive area of any business; learning logs have to be kept and filed and hundreds of forms require storage.
Specifically, teachers can provide students with opportunities to self-evaluate through assessment measures like conferences, checklists, rating scales, questionnaires, journals, and learning logs (Carr, 2002).
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