Virtual Learning Environments




            Presented by: Jennifer
                   Styron
Introduction

   Goal of higher education:
     Foster learning
     Provide students with the tools needed to be succe...
Introduction

   Essential learning component is the student
    learning environment.

   The Art and Science of Teachi...
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
Virtual Learning Environments PDF
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Virtual Learning Environments PDF

  1. 1. Virtual Learning Environments Presented by: Jennifer Styron
  2. 2. Introduction  Goal of higher education:  Foster learning  Provide students with the tools needed to be successful  Institutions throughout the United States are utilizing technology for both in the classroom as well as outside the classroom learning experiences. Virtual Learning Environments are one of these tools.
  3. 3. Introduction  Essential learning component is the student learning environment.  The Art and Science of Teaching with Technology, TeAch-nology, defines a learning environment as, “ the place and setting where learning occurs; it is not limited to a physical classroom and includes the characteristics of the setting” (2008).

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