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Q: why the deluge of information poses a great challenge to both teaching and learning
A: The curriculum seems to be overloaded since it has too many subjects to cover,too many topics to be discuss. Sometimes, the curriculum is fragmented or is simplybowed. Unfortunately, the learner?s life is not compartmentalized. [ My Reflections/ My Insights I LIKE TEACHING BECAUSE. For me this is a very challenging and exiting profession of all. Teaching is the noblest of all profession. I like
teaching because It molds the hearts, minds and hands of students. If you are really an effective and efficient teacher, you could touch your student?s lives. You will be their inspiration and they will never forget you for the rest of their lives. ]
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User: why the deluge of information poses a great challenge to both teaching and learning

Weegy: The curriculum seems to be overloaded since it has too many subjects to cover,too many topics to be discuss. Sometimes, the curriculum is fragmented or is simplybowed. Unfortunately, the learner?s life is not compartmentalized. [ My Reflections/ My Insights I LIKE TEACHING BECAUSE. For me this is a very challenging and exiting profession of all. Teaching is the noblest of all profession. I like teaching because It molds the hearts, minds and hands of students. If you are really an effective and efficient teacher, you could touch your student?s lives. You will be their inspiration and they will never forget you for the rest of their lives. ]
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User: discuss why deluge information poses a great challenge teaching and learning







Weegy: Because you can't learn everything, yet in order to choose what to learn, much material must be evaluated in a fairly shallow manner.
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