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Electronic Learning Communities

Issues and Practices (PB)

by Sorel Reisman

  • 104 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Information Age Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer-aided learning (CAL),
  • Internet,
  • Study & learning skills,
  • Distance Education & Learning,
  • Education / Distance Education & Learning,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Computer-assisted instruction,
  • Distance education,
  • Educational technology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages588
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12308471M
    ISBN 101931576963
    ISBN 109781931576963

    A virtual community is a social network of individuals who connect through specific social media, potentially crossing geographical and political boundaries in order to pursue mutual interests or of the most pervasive virtual communities are online communities operating under social networking services.. Howard Rheingold discussed virtual communities in his book, The Virtual. This book presents the work of trailblazing researchers and developers of electronic communities for professional learning. It illuminates the essential work behind the scenes in building successful online communities and scaffolding site interactions, including content selection, creation and management, administrative structures, tools and interactive functionalities, the facilitation of.

    An online community, also called an internet community or web community, is a virtual community whose members interact with each other primarily via the Internet. For many, online communities may feel like home, consisting of a "family of invisible friends". Those who wish to be a part of an online community usually have to become a member via a specific site and thereby gain access to. Book Review - Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace: E ective Strategies for the Online Classroom 2 part of instructors, a more e ective online learning experience will subsequently emerge { a dynamic that, in and of itself, will lead to a stronger and more vital electronic learning community.

    In their book, Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace, Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt discuss how to create virtual learning environments that will help students to achieve academically, while fostering a sense of book is written for faculty, instructors, and trainers who are involved in various aspects of distance learning. Author Rena Palloff has extensive experience in. This book provides information for researchers and practitioners on the current issues and best practices associated with electronic learning communities. This book focuses on electronic learning communities created through the development and use of the Internet for instruction and training.


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The chapters focus on philosophies, background, reviews, technologies, systems, tools, services, strategies, development, implementation, research, and Electronic Learning Communities book for implementers, and each illustrates the chapter theme with a detailed example of best.

This book provides information for researchers and practitioners on the current issues and best practices associated with electronic learning communities. Fourteen contributed chapters include: "Interactive Online Educational Experiences: E-volution of Graded Projects" (James Benjamin); "Hybrid Courses as Learning Communities" (Penelope Walters Swenson and Mark Evans); "Building Electronic Cited by: 6.

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Free shipping for many products. Whatever It Takes: How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don't Learn examines the question, What happens when, despite our best efforts in the classroom, a student does not learn?A professional learning community creates a school-wide system of interventions that provides all students with additional time and support when they experience difficulty in their by: Get this from a library.

E-learning communities: teaching and learning with the web. [Kwok-Wing Lai;] -- "This book is written for people working in education.

It explores the dynamics of ICT use and the many issues surrounding its implementation. Contributors examine ICT in the classroom and the. The major goals of e-learning include: improving access for both traditional-age and nontraditional students who are not otherwise able to attend a traditional, campus-based program and improving student choice over when, where, and how to engage in the learning process; and improving efficiency and effectiveness by using e-learning media and.

Virtual Learning Communities. Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) can play a big role in school improvement. Teachers and school leaders sharing best practices, struggles with teaching and learning, or ideas for improvement can have an impact across our schools. For leaders it can be a challenge to meet with leaders from other buildings or.

Professional Learning Communities (PLC) Learning as Our Fundamental Purpose We, in the Red Clay Consolidated School District, acknowledge that the fundamental purpose of our schools is to help all students achieve high levels of learning, and therefore, we are willing to examine our practices in light of their impact on learning.

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Chapter 1 explores issues involved in teaching and learning when learning moves into the online environment. Chapter 2 looks at the essence of the framework--the importance of building community in the online environment--and Cited by: This research-based sequel to Leading Professional Learning Communities focuses on the practical process of implementing, improving, and sustaining PLCs.

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Hanley, Sorel Reisman. Online interactive learning and reading activities for interactive whiteboards, computer labs, and students PreK–8. Jason Ellis. Jason Ellis is a researcher at the IBM T.J.

Watson Research Center in New York. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Prior to Georgia Tech, he was a faculty researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he also received an undergraduate degree with honors in Computer Science.

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Barab, Rob Kling, and James H. Gray Currently, numerous educators and policy makers are advocating a move away from teacher-centered models of instruction and toward more learner-centered and community-based models. However, at present the.