MCC My Regular Weekly Schedule and Time Management Analysis
Initial Post due by Tuesday: Please reply to this message with your life schedule and discussion of it. Explain why you do or don’t have enough time to devote to the coursework. How demanding are your work schedule and other courses? Download this example schedule Edit.i (i attached the student example please look it)my schedule is i work from 9am to5pm
Edit downloadand make your own schedule identifying a minimum of the required 18 – 24 hours you will need every week to spend on this physics course. (You can type your info into the cells of the example schedule. When you have completed filling out the spreadsheet, save it, and either attach it to your reply or snip a copy of your spreadsheet and insert the image into your reply. Make sure to use PHYSICS to identify the time devoted to physics. Don’t be vague and type the word school like in the example. If you do your score will be zero for the spreadsheet.)
Please do not attach a file as your response to any discussion question all semester. Copy and Paste from a word document or type your information directly into the box that opens after you select reply. Only attach your schedule or insert a snipped image of your schedule. Thanks!
This 1 min 31 sec video explains how to post in the Discussion Board.
. After watching this video (Links to an external site.) apply CER to the following videos and then explain why CER is beneficial to apply when answering questions in the discussion board such as the one about time management this week?
For The Science of Curiosity video below CER is applied by answering the following listed three questions. Watch the (2:22) video and then apply CER by answering the following three questions and identify each answer as either Claim, Evidence, or Reasoning.
- Claim: What are these scientists curious about—what do they want to know?
- Evidence: What data will the rover collect?
- Reasoning: How will this data help scientists answer—make claims about—their questions?
Then without being provided the questions, apply CER to the second video (an Audi commercial) and identify/label which answer is the C, E, and R. Although we can apply CER to the second video, the child is clearly incorrect in her thinking. How can we debunk her incorrect thinking using CER? We see a great deal of this type of incorrect thinking in society today and many are promoting this incorrect kind of thinking. What do you think the major flaw(s) with the CER method for providing explanations is and what is its strength(s)?
The 30 sec Audi Commerical My dad’s an alien.