Course: WLS 001 > Student Attributes

In this preparatory course, the students' attention is directed towards the following;
1. learning the hierarchical structure that is associated with ordering the student attributes.
2. learning about the existence of student attributes and what they are.
3. learning the key terms and key phrases that are used to form the labels, which in turn are used to identify the student attributes.
4. learning the basic meanings that are used to form definitions, which are associated with the labels.
5. learning the language, specifically the jargon, needed to acquire the knowledge associated with understanding the course content.

Important Notice
This course must be completed before you can enroll in the next course titled "WLS 002 > Learning Concepts". And, before you can enroll in any course associated with basic skill development, intermediate skill development, or advanced skill development.

Course: WLS 002 > Learning Concepts

In this preparatory course, the students' attention is directed towards the following;
1. learning the hierarchical structure that is associated with ordering the learning concepts.
2. learning about the existence of learning concepts and what they are.
3. learning the key terms and key phrases that are used to form the labels, which in turn are used to identify the learning concepts.
4. learning the basic meanings that are used to form definitions, which are associated with the labels.
5. learning the language, specifically the jargon, needed to acquire the knowledge associated with understanding the course content.



Course: WLS 003 > Learning Processes

In this preparatory course, the students' attention is directed towards the following;
1. learning the hierarchical structure that is associated with ordering the processes.
2. learning about the existence of processes and what they are.
3. learning the key terms and key phrases that are used to form the labels, which in turn are used to identify the processes.
4. learning the basic meanings that are used to form definitions, which are associated with the labels.
5. learning the language, specifically the jargon, needed to acquire the knowledge associated with understanding the course content.