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Can you help me?

Discussion in 'Research and Development' started by COVCI, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. bottomrunner

    bottomrunner Solo Diver

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  2. scububa

    scububa Barracuda

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    Location: St. Louis
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    Done. (I'm with Zeeman on 10)
     
  3. ScubaFishee

    ScubaFishee Solo Diver

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    Done.
     
  4. wcl

    wcl Nassau Grouper

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    Location: Chicago
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    Ah, but the Mapquest answer is in one way fundamentally different from all the others: I don't want to learn the lesson from you at all, I want to find it out all by myself with the barest of clues!

    Cheers,
    Walter
     
  5. wcl

    wcl Nassau Grouper

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    Location: Chicago
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    Hi,

    Interesting survey.

    One obeservation I can make that might be of interest to you: My wife and I are both former (non-scuba) instructors, and in our certification course I was impressed that the materials and presentation basically covered most of these approaches in parallel (book and written homework; video; lecturer; pool sessions), to be sure that all the students were reached by some means.

    It was quite a reasonable adult education program in this regard, from a purely pedagogical viewpoint.

    Cheers,
    W
     
  6. lisa_j

    lisa_j Nassau Grouper

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    Location: Cape Cod, MA
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  7. COVCI

    COVCI Instructor, Scuba

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    Your responses have provided me with a substantial amount of data that will allow me to complete the descriptive analysis portion of the project.

    Take care,
    Chris
     
  8. COVCI

    COVCI Instructor, Scuba

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    The survey results were an integral part of the Integrative Analysis that I had to submit as partial completion of a Master of Science in Administration degree program from Central Michigan University.

    I received my grade today and was pleased to find that the course instructor, second evaluator, and program adviser all determined the work to be of "A" quality. This was my final project (thesis) and I finished the degree with a 3.5 gpa.

    So, until I find a PhD program that fits my needs, I can focus my learning attention on subjects I WANT to learn...maybe time for a private pilot cert...

    Thanks again to everyone for their time and help with the survey.

    Chris
    COVCI
     
  9. speedhound

    speedhound Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: South Wales
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    Done - better late than never !

    Congrats on the grade.
     
  10. abitton

    abitton Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Montréal, Québec, Canada
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    Congratulations!! Nicely done!!

    Alex
     

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