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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
 
   
 
   
Teachers come to the class with assumptions about students that are not validated or are generalized from teachers' previous experience, in order to optimize this , both the academic material and the teaching method could be customized according to the " Particular students who will attend that particular lecture "  this could be achieved by allowing students to " signal" their themselves to the teachers so that they can reconsider and validate their assumptions about students.
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Teachers come to the class with assumptions about students that are not validated or are generalized from teachers' previous experience, in order to optimize this , both the academic material and the teaching method could be customized according to the " Particular students who will attend that particular lecture "  this could be achieved by allowing students to " signal" themselves to the teachers so that they can reconsider and validate their assumptions about students.
  
 
==Proposed process==
 
==Proposed process==
 
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Latest revision as of 20:02, 28 May 2016

Introduction

Teachers come to the class with assumptions about students that are not validated or are generalized from teachers' previous experience, in order to optimize this , both the academic material and the teaching method could be customized according to the " Particular students who will attend that particular lecture " this could be achieved by allowing students to " signal" themselves to the teachers so that they can reconsider and validate their assumptions about students.

Proposed process

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