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Machine learning: Supervised learning to learn & predict next RSA code
by EvilNodZ in Development Tools & Services

I was going through Andrew NG's machine learning course. I am still at the beginning stages.
With his housing price prediction example in the class he teaches Supervised learning.

Is it possible predict the RSA token which will be generated next after providing a dataset of "right" values for the machine learning program? Can we use supervised learning to make the program lear

Learning Games to Improve Memories of Learning-Disabled Students
by j0sh4tran in Education
Students with learning disabilities sometimes have poor auditory and visual memory skills. This has an impact on their ability to learn. Auditory memory is vital to learning the two skills necessary for reading: decoding and comprehension. Students with poor memory skills also have problems following verbal instructions. Poor visual memory can impact both reading and math skills, giving students p

How to Apply Personality & Learning Styles for Distance Learning
by Tridnewly in Education
When students participate in distance learning they need to feel that someone they don't know or can't see cares about how they are doing in the class. They also want to know that this imperceptible person is available to them whenever they need assistance. On-line classes are unique in that success is contingent on the learning style and personality of the student. The instructor must use both to

Math Learning Center Activities for Learning About 3-D Shapes
by nishar7 in Education
Learning centers are a great asset to the classroom because they give students an opportunity for exploration with manipulatives. Providing students with center activities about 3-D shapes will allow them to learn through inquiry, making the lesson more meaningful. Center activities should include working directly with the shapes and exploring 3-D shapes through real-world application and examples

The Effects of Cooperative Learning on Student Learning & Assessment
by Rob Wright in Education
A 2009 study by Kraus et al. on cooperative learning has shown that students who worked in groups earn better scores than students in other learning settings. However, high grades do not measure anything in relation to the effects of the social context. Cooperative learning is a teaching technique in which students work in small teams on common assignments. Such work in a cooperative setting has s

How to Incorporate Experiential Learning Into Your Learning Theory
by Germany in Education
Nothing feels better to a teacher than a classroom full of students interested in learning new content. When students are allowed to apply their learning -- also called experiential learning -- they can find meaningful connections that will help them understand what they might normally not. Developed by David A. Kolb, the experiential learning model allows students to choose how they want to explo

For All Web Designers: Academic learning vs self taught learning
by sarah in Development Tools & Services

I'm quite curious about your experience learning html, css, php, js web standards etc.
Did you consider learning them in college or institutes or you think it's absolutely unnecessary (learning from StackOverFlow is way better?)?

I'm asking this because I'm taking some Web design courses at my university and the teacher still uses frames for layout and FrontPage and another app

Which Learning Styles Are Best Suited for Learning Online and Why?
by Djuxy in Education
Online education ranges from hour-long seminars to advanced degrees. Though online education can be a great way to learn, a person must be suited to learning this way. Online learning requires a student to be able to learn independently and to listen to a single speaker for an extended period of time. The theory of learning styles developed from the theory of multiple intelligences. Learning styl

The Stages of Learning to Read & Learning to Write
by Hugo in Education
The stages of learning to read and write begin in infancy. Each child, however, learns to read and write at his or her own speed. While general age and grade levels are provided below, the age at which a child goes through the stages of learning to read and write can vary widely. Variations are not necessarily a cause for concern. All children tend to level out in about 3rd grade. Pre-literacy:

What Are the Learning Outcomes of Learning Sight Words?
by Jason Terhorst in Education
Learning sight words is an approach that many schools use to teach children to read using a whole-word approach. Students are taught to memorize the word so it is recognized without having to decipher it. The sight words approach is believed to be a very successful method for visual learners. However, it can present problems with other children. When sight words are combined with phonics teachin


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