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ASP.NET MVC 5.2 Training Modules: 29
Total Duration: 35 Hours 44 Minutes
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Evolution of ASP.NET MVC happened when ASP.NET Web Form was already 8 years old in the industry. Even though ASP.NET Web form because of its age is considered to be very matured for web application development, it is because of the popularity of MVC design pattern and many exclusive features of ASP.NET MVC that today it is dominating over Web Forms and is first choice for large sized enterprise web application development. Even if you are experienced in ASP.NET Web Form, if you don’t have working knowledge of ASP.NET MVC you are treated as out dated in the industry. This is the reason every web developer today is upgrading himself to ASP.NET MVC.

Education Prime online ASP.NET MVC Training course begins with understanding MVC design pattern and applying various features of the ASP.NET MVC framework to developing light weight but large sized Web applications. Mr. Santosh Kumar has himself participated in architecting large number of ASP.NET MVC applications and has used his experience in development and teaching to compile this online ASP.NET MVC course. Every topic has been dealt in such a way that not only beginners but even experienced software developers find lots of interest in benefitting from the vast knowledge he has shared through this video course of ASP.NET MVC training. The exclusivity of our online ASP.NET MVC training is that it not only includes the videos on every topic but also has walkthroughs and sample programs for each and every module. For any person to excel, he not only needs the practical knowledge but also he should be able to communicate the same in Interviews and our ASP.NET MVC Interview questions sections really comes handy.

Education Prime Project-Based Learning professional development guide can be used for a two- to three-hour session, or expanded for a one- to two-day workshop, and is divided into two parts.

Part one is a guided process, designed to give participants a brief introduction to project-based learning (PBL), and answers the questions "Why is PBL important?", "What is PBL about?", and"How does PBL work?"

Part two assigns readings and activities for experiential PBL. Ideally, the tasks will be accomplished using group collaboration and with the use of technology. These activities are outlined in the Workshop Activities section. You will also find links to examples, from the video library, of PBL in action at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.

The Resources for PBL page includes a PowerPoint presentation (including presenter notes), which can be shown directly from the website or downloaded for use as a stand-alone slide show, and sample session schedules. You will also find recommended websites, books, and additional videos to learn more about PBL in this section.

This guide was designed to address many of the National Educational Technology Standards , established by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

To find the specific standards for your state, visit this page atEducation World that lists standards by academic subject and by state.

PBL Is Curriculum Fueled and Standards Based

Project-based learning addresses the required content standards. In PBL, the inquiry process starts with a guiding question and lends itself to collaborative projects that integrate various subjects within the curriculum. Questions are asked that direct students to encounter the major elements and principles of a discipline.

PBL Asks a Question or Poses a Problem That Each Student Can Answer In PBL, the teacher or the students pose a guiding, or essential, question: "What is cystic fibrosis, and how is it caused?" "What would happen if our class formed a business with a real product and started selling stock?" "What will a high school look like in 2050?" "What simple machines can be found in a mill's water wheel?" "How do bacteria in the soil help support life?" "How can we use DNA barcoding to combat the African bushmeat trade?" (These questions are the basis for projects you'll see in