How to tackle the chunking study questions
TechRadars new chunking student guide gives students the tools they need to tackle chunks of study.
The guide includes tips on how to ask the right questions and to work through problems.
Students also have a guide to answering the questions and getting the correct answer.
Students can download the guide from the College of Education website here.
To read more about the College’s new chunk-based study guide, read TechRadAR’s first article about it here.
TechRadaro’s Chunking Study Guide: The College of Engineering and Design (E&D) and the University of Canterbury’s Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) – which is both part of the E&D – are both part-time colleges.
The E&S and CAS offer study opportunities across all major subjects, but students are typically required to complete a degree from one of them.
The CAS is also a part- time college.
The College of Engineers has a chunking curriculum and has published a report called ‘Chunking: The Ultimate Guide for Students and Parents to Help Them Understand Chunked Study’ which covers how to tackle chunking questions and work through the problems.
The CAS has also published a chunked study guide which covers what to do if you’re facing a chunk of study and is available here.
The CEA’s study guide is available in two formats: a full-text format, which you can read online, and a mobile version that can be downloaded from the CEA website.CAS students who are currently taking full-time courses at either E&E or CAS must take part in a full time study programme.
Full-time students are not eligible for the CAS study programme, but may be eligible for a part time course.
Students who have already taken a part of a full or part time degree programme can take part at the CAS.
Cases students who have previously taken full- or part-year courses are eligible for full- and part-tuition.
The full-tuitions are not available for CAS students, but are available for full and part time students.
If you’re not sure what chunking is, the following resources should help you.
If you are currently a CAS student, it is worth reading the CAS Students’ Guide to Chunkings, which covers the basic information on chunking and how to work it out.
The College has also put together a full list of answers to questions on the topic of chunking in the CAS student guide.
To find out more about chunking, and how you can help tackle it, visit the CAS website.
The first chunking survey has now closed, and the second batch will follow soon.
This is just the beginning.
The following survey was conducted by CEA students in June 2018, and has been re-released for future chunking students.
The survey was designed by students from the CAS and CEA, and was designed to help understand how best to tackle questions and problems about chunked studies.
Please keep the feedback coming!
The full results of this survey can be found here.
If the survey didn’t answer your question, please comment on it below and tell us about your experience with the survey.
This survey will be updated and improved over time.
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