Management of Knowledge in a Large-sized Classroom
Teaching a large-sized group of students with the aid of technology supported by small group activities
||Research to Practice, Engineering College, Technology, Cooperative Learning Groups
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.25-30.
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Currently working as a faculty member teaching courses on communication in an engineering college her background is in English Literature and Special Education. She has worked as a Special educator training students with Dyslexia , and also for a few years has spent time with students with Mental Retardation and Autism. She really enjoyed the work. Her doctorate in Special Education was with the support area of Technology in Special Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has a Specialist in Education and a Master of Education degree from the University of Gainesville, Florida. She enjoys reading, travelling (this was the reason that Prato excited her imagination), and trekking. She has trekked through Milam Glacier, to the Nandadevi base camp of the Himalayas and earlier on a different trip, landed on a glacier in Alaska.
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