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    I've just had my first two lessons of ICT on my first week and my lecturer/teacher is the only person at my college who teaches ICT and the way he teaches is just horrendous. (Well it doesn't seem to make sense to me.) he's asking us questions about the topic were doing and we haven't even learnt anything yet but he's asking us questions already like how are we supposed to know this if we haven't been taught it. There's homework that's not even searchable lol. I feel like he doesn't know what he is on about. He tries to give examples and just stutters and his examples don't seem to link to what we're supposed to be talking about.... I don't know maybe it's cos I'm not used to a new form of teaching and maybe cos he talks in a low boring voice..... I don't know what I want out of this post maybe someone to discuss this with....
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    Hi, anything in specific you need help with?
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    It'd be excellent if you could replace my lecturer 😂 But in all seriousness how do I apply information in to knowledge they sound like the same thing to me. Thank you
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    Hi, anything in specific you need help with?
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    For the theory in ICT it is just a case of remembering definitions and how thing work, for programming the best way to get better is to practice in your own time making simple programs and progressively making them more complex as you learn more.

    Remember to look at the syllabus for your exam board they cant ask you anything that is not on there.
 
 
 
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