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  • 1. STUDENTS ROLE IN THE VIRTUAL EDUCATION PROF. FELIPE DEGRACIA P.
  • 2. • The most important role is to move from being passive actors or single receivers to active individuals where the protagonists and managers to be responsible for their own learning by developing skills that allow them to take full advantage of educational strategies defined by Professors.
  • 3. • The virtual student has the capacity to become self-motivated and self-disciplined, these two are essential conditions because flexibility, in how to teach the courses, requires responsibility and commitment.
  • 4. • The virtual student has the iron will to devote a significant amount of time, each week for study time. This aspect is important because it involves changing the misconception that courses through the computer are easier and require less effort.
  • 5. STUDENT ROLE IN THE VIRTUAL EDUCATION It is required a student who can develop a process, playing a different role to the one that it has played in education whose strategy emphasizes the face to face meeting. This is because the courses that use technologies should focus on the student so that's assuming the lead role in the process.
  • 6. Such leadership involves a number of new behaviors that require a strong will to develop activities and work in self-directed study, and the exercise of shared leadership, so that they can leverage the strengths of all participants in the collaborative process.
  • 7. ADVANTAGES • Flexible study times to students. • To increased the capacity of critical thinking. • Efficient Learning and more enduring knowledge • Being able to access, from our home, without having to move to a specific site.
  • 8. DRAWBACK • One of the most notable disadvantages could be increasingly less personal interaction, having basic knowledge of computer systems and with good speed connection, is all profit.