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Re: [Fle3-users] Why is it good to use FLE?

From: Teemu Leinonen
Subject: Re: [Fle3-users] Why is it good to use FLE?
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 18:28:27 +0300
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Hello people,

We face pretty often the question why in studying and learning with Fle3 in a same class room, students should write down their thoughts with computers when they could just talk to each other. I think this was one point of Césars question, as well.

César Hernández Rosete wrote:
.... it is quicker to speak that to write.

I just found an interesting list of quotations where people explain why they think writing their thoughts down is important. Here are some of the short answers people have made to the question "Why do you think thoughts should be written down?":

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* So we can look at them outside of our head, and so we can communicate them to others irrespective of location in time or space. [Cass McNutt, 4/00] * So that you don't lose them, and so they can be shared [Andy Burnett, 2/00] * Helps me in my thinking process, and it allows me to present it to others. [Hans Donner, 3/00]
* So they won't get lost. [Carol H. Tucker, 2/00]
* To increase productivity. Remembering something takes such a long time and sometimes, they never come up. Also, I want to share the thoughts with others. [Yasuaki Kudo, 2/00] * In my computer I have permanent, unlimited and reliable memory. I do not have that in my head. [John Leppik, 8/99] * Your brain is not a parking lot for good ideas. Once written down, you can free "brain space" for new activities. [Mil Rosseau, 8/99] * To free space. Not to forget the best. To see evolution. [Deladrire Jean-Luc, 8/99]
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        - Teemu

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