Demonstration Courses

Courses that are problem-centered

Australian First Aid
Converting_e3_learning (536.317 Kb) Click on title to open.
This course will be distributed via CD to course participants.  It is not available online.
The article Converting e(subscript)3 learning to e(superscript)3 learning relates this course to First Principles.


Entrepreneur
Task Centered Approach to Entrepreneurship (540.945 Kb) Click on title to open.
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This is a course that was developed at BYU-Hawaii to implement a task-centered approach to instruction.  It is currently being offered in several countries as part of an online business curriculum.
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The article Task-Centered Approach describes the development of this product.

 

Courses that involve what-is-it or kind-of

Star Sportsmanship
[Click here to view this course]  Class and Workshop participants will be given a user name and password.
English Grammar
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Click on Personal Use>English Writing>Basic Elements of the Sentence>Phrases>Noun Phrases
Digital Craft (This course is no longer available to us. Sorry.)
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Click on the course Digital Craft I>Course Units>Unit 02

 

Courses that involve how-to-do-it

Sketch Up
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Study the 4 new user videos. Part 1, 2, 3, 4.

Gannt Charts
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Furniture Sales
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Look at the module Greet the Customer

 

Courses that involve what-happens

Biology Water
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Click on Biology >AP Biology I. Go to Chemical & Physical Properties of Solutions. View the following segments: Water and Life Overview, The Nature of Water, Physical Properties of Water, and Water and Life Summary.
Physics Laws of Motion
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Click on Physics > General Physics I >Newtons Laws of Motion

 







 
   
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