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This essay will attempt to identify key areas of the campus and outline the learning programme, relaying the information that students receive on induction.

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´╗┐This essay will attempt to identify key areas of the campus and outline the learning programme, relaying the information that students receive on induction. Barking and Dagenham College is a further education institute which offers vocational and academic courses to young people and adults. It is fully equipped with learning resources to aid students during their course of study. It offers high level teaching, state of the art facilities and a wide variety of subjects. Barking and Dagenham College caters to students with all needs. There are lifts available in each building; these are for people with disabilities or people who have difficulty using the stairs. Furthermore, there is a smoking area for students who smoke. This is behind the F block. However, smoking inside buildings is prohibited. A free car park is available for students who drive to college. In order to park their car here, students need to register their car at the Learner Help Centre where staff will activate their ID card. There are parking spaces close to every building for students with disability or mobility problems. ...read more.

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Generally, learners use the computers to view class work on the college intranet. Moodle is the virtual learning environment available to everyone in the college. This system allows teachers to put work on the internet and students the privilege of accessing class work from anywhere. It is available 24/7 from the college website and it is saved as a homepage on all school computers. If a student has a complaint they would like to voice regarding teachers or subjects they must fill out a complaint form. The matter will be dealt with discreetly by the appropriate member of staff. These are available from Reception. Also, each form has been appointed a student representative by a class vote. The job of the representative is to report issues within their class. Moreover, the Refectory offers a range of hot and cold foods. All meals are freshly prepared daily. There is also the option of healthy eating i.e. sandwiches, salad and vegetarian food. The kitchen staff are very professional and they work very hard in order to provide a variety of foods cooked with delicacy and creativity. ...read more.

Conclusion

Lastly, the psycho-motor domain was never completed by Bloom. The psycho motor domain refers to physical and manual skills. It consists of naturalisation, articulation, precision, manipulation and imitation. These learning strategies offer different aspects of learning. Over the years, it has helped education institutes by providing a framework for teachers to refer to when preparing lesson plans and materials. The bloom taxonomy continues to inform individual of different styles of learning and the importance of having alternative learning methods. Recently, I completed a learning styles self assessment questionnaire. I had to answer questions by choosing answers that represent my behaviour the most. At the end I had to tally up the answers to find out what learning style suited me best. After completing this questionnaire I found out that I have a visual learning style. If someone has a visual learning style, they prefer to see or observe things. For example; pictures, diagrams, displays, films, flip-charts, etc. These people will work best from lists and written directions. Now that I am aware of my preferred style of learning, I can use this knowledge to my advantage by studying and revising for exams in ways that suit me best. ...read more.

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