TU Intellipath Multiple Choice Questions Spreadsheet IT254-1503A-05
There are 3 steps to complete this task.
Step 1: Determine Knowledge (Complete this step by Wednesday)
Click on the intellipathi?? icon in the left navigation bar of your classroom under the Course Work section to begin.
A landing page will appear; scroll down, and click on Start intellipathi??.
Choose Determine Knowledge from the Steps tab on the left side of your screen.
Step 2: Learning Path
Once you complete the Determine Knowledge, follow the instructions to begin working on your Learning Path.
Your path will only consist of learning nodes that you need to work on and is individualized for you.
You will receive feedback as you work through your path.
Step 3: Practice and Revision
As you are working in your Learning Path, you may need to spend additional time in specific areas to improve. You can do this by practicing and revising. Review this document: Click intellipathi?? Suggestions to help guide you on how to practice and revise to increase your Knowledge State.
How do I make the most out of the intellipathi?? experience?
Understand the terms of the system by reviewing the definitions below and reviewing this document: click Student Tips about the intellipathi?? Assignment.
Determine Knowledge: This is your self-assessment to find out what you know and what you need to work on for this phase. Determine Knowledge is very important because it tells the Adaptive Learning system what you know and what you do not know. It sets the baseline for your learning in each phase, and it creates your Learning Map from the results of your Determine Knowledge. The more you let the system know, the more accurate your Learning Map and your phase work will be.
Learning Nodes or Lessons: Lessons improve Knowledge State on each of the learning nodes assigned for each phase. The lessons are connected throughout the entire course map. Work on one lesson influences learning on other lessons in the course map. Learning is a continuum throughout the course, assessment is constant, and by revising lessons, you can continually improve your learning.
Knowledge State: This is a moment in time that describes a learneri??s knowledge on a Determine Knowledge, learning node, or lesson. Knowledge State is real-time information, and it changes as you work in the system. Improving your Knowledge State for each phase should be your goal.
Knowledge Covered: The amount of Knowledge Covered is based on the learning nodes or lessons assigned to you for each phase. Completing all of your learning nodes or lessons should be your goal for each phase.
Practice: Practice is implemented in three different ways. Practice can be assigned by your instructor, it can be assigned by the system, and it can be a student choice. Choose Practiceonce you have completed the learning node or lesson and when you have a good understanding of the material, but still have room for improvement. There are two types of practice, as follows:
Directed Practice: Choose a specific learning node, and then choose Practice. Questions for Practice will show goals and improvement on that specific learning node or lesson.
Undirected Practice: Choose the Practice icon; your practice questions will be on all learning nodes for that phase.
Revision: Choose Reviseonce you have completed the learning node or lesson and when you feel like you need to learn more on a topic. Choosing the Revise button will begin a new lesson on the specific node you chose so that you can revise the node to an improved score.
Added on 05.07.2015 02:48