النشاط الثانى قاعدة البيانات التربويه

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النشاط الثانى قاعدة البيانات التربويه

  1. 1. ** unesco http://www.unesco.org/new/en/custom-search/?cx=000136296116563084670%3Ah14j45a1zaw&cof=FORID%3A9&ie=U TF- 8&q=virtual+class+room&hl=en&sa=ok&siteurl=www.unesco.org%2Fnew%2Fe n%2Feducation%2F
  2. 2. Education *- class room :The Manhattan Virtual Classroom is a web-based course management system that includes a variety ofdiscussion groups, live chat, areas for the teacher to post ...www.unesco.org/iiep/virtualuniversity/forumsfiche.php?...id=9simSchool: a Classroom Simulator for EducatorsSep 13, 2011 ... Teachers may learn from this virtual classroom by analyzing students differences, adapting instruction to an individuals needs, gathering data ...www.unescobkk.org/.../simschool-a-classroom-simulator-for-educators/THE VIRTUALFile Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobatmanagement for all university community members, and allocation of students to virtual classrooms); contacts with people interested in taking courses at the ...www.unesco.org/iiep/virtualuniversity/media/.../Ch7_UVQ_DelBello.pdf“e-Draw: a Virtual Collaborative Environment for Visual Art Education”File Format: PDF/Adobe AcrobatArt education needs rethinking and this should be done within the classroom. The ....synchronous device of virtual class with tools divided to carry out the work ...portal.unesco.org/culture/en/files/30197/...pdf/dolores%2Balvarez.pdfLabeledCultureGlobal classrooms, learning networks and virtual communitiesThis has led to the establishment of distinct services, in the form of Internet sites or e-mail-connected classrooms and other learning communities, which aim to ...www.unesco.org/education/educprog/lwf/doc/.../case5.htmLabeledEducationApartado 1 - Sociedad de la InformaciónFile Format: Microsoft WordA Virtual Classroom. The space in which the training activity takes place. 2. 2. 3/10/03. Didactic Multimedia Material: Authors training: ...portal.unesco.org/.../EVG- IIG%2BAFRICA%2BTeam%2BWorkshop%2BProgramme.docTHE VIRTUALFile Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobatsupplementing their virtual classroom education through a site called Tech Edge . This site provided general information, state-of-the-art courses and a help ...www.unesco.org/iiep/virtualuniversity/media/.../Ch13_NetVarsity_Mitra.pdf
  3. 3. Hewlett Packard Virtual Classroom: UNESCO-CIThe HP Virtual Classroom is an on-line training and meeting environment. It is ideal for interactive and engaging training and meetings in which the ...portal.unesco.org/...//ev.php-URL_ID=12607&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL _SECTION=201.html Global Classrooms, Learning Networks and Virtual Communities KIDLINK SOCIETY, SCHOOLNET SERVICES, THE GLOBE PROGRAMME, TERC, E-MAIL CLASSROOMS, THE GLOBEWIDE NETWORK ACADEMY, UNICEF VOICES OF YOUTH , THE GLOBE PROGRAMThe emergence of different and effective modes of electronic communication is rapidly expandingour possibilities for dialogue, collaboration and learning, offering the chance to break downbarriers of time, space and circumstance but also the walls that have kept knowledge out of thereach of many. Technologies which were once mainly conceived of as aids to economic growth,business and research are now being offered to a wide spectrum and number of people, particularlyin the field of education and learning. This has led to the establishment of distinct services, in theform of Internet sites or e-mail-connected classrooms and other learning communities, which aimto address learning issues and seek to develop ways of stimulating learning among people ofdifferent ages. These services have achieved a particular relevance, in and outside the school, increating environments for innovative learning practice, assisting teachers and in accompanyingindividual learners in the quest for dialogue and the sharing of ideas beyond their own families,regions or country.A global internet classroom starts with one group of students asking a question to another group ofstudents living in another part of the world. Their dialogue and exchange through internet is thenpassed onto another classroom in a further school. Results of dialogues or joint classroom projectsare posted onto the web and the process continues. An Internet user, unlike the person watchingtelevision or radio, has the benefit of being able to respond directly to information. It is thisinteraction that characterises the Internet and gives it a unique opportunity for opening up learning.It has given many children worldwide the chance to discover culturally diverse opinions anddevelop a global dimension to their work. These channels of communication are still very much intheir infancy but the movements they are creating are changing notions of both teaching andlearning.Rather than attempting to present an exhaustive list of these cases, following is a short overview ofsome of the most interesting sites and experiences attempting to address childrens concerns andencourage thought in and outside the school.The web site Voices of youth (http://www.unicef.org/voy/) was developed by UNICEF to createan appropriate environment for children and adolescents to take part in discussions on currentglobal issues and concerns. The site is, therefore, interactive. Youths from around the world areencouraged to speak up and are asked to discuss how the world could become a better place wherethe rights of each and everyone, particularly children, are exercised - that is, the right to live in
  4. 4. peace, to have a decent shelter, to be healthy and well-nourished, to have clean water, play, go toIIEP : Distance CoursesThe material is available in electronic format on a virtual platform (“virtual classroom”) of the course.In addition, a hard-copy version is mailed to ...www.iiep.unesco.org/capacity.../virtual.../distance-courses.html?type...UNESCO/Open University Colloquium; Virtual learning ...File Format: PDF/Adobe AcrobatA virtual learning environment may support similar forms of learning to a real one but it is not a physical space like a classroom or lecture. * Undated references ...unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0011/001100/110091eo.pdf -Advanced Search USER NAME:81289797 PASS WORD:14c3c9 http://www.oxfordjournals.com/for_librarians/ -http://global.oup.com/?cc=eg EDUCATIONhttp://ukcatalogue.oup.com/category/academic/highereducation.do VIRTUAL -
  5. 5. - Virtual Environments and Advanced Interface Design An introduction to the technology of virtual realityThis edited volume of original chapters introduces the reader to the technology of virtual reality andexamines the impact of this technology on the field of human factors. Barfield, head of the HumanFactor Laboratory at the University of Washington, has assembled contributors from key laboratoriesaround the country to discuss their basic approaches to this new field. Among the topics covered arecomputer graphics, hardware, software, multi-dimensional sound, eye tracking, tactile and kinestheticinput, spatial displays, interface design, and applications in medicine and aerospace.- Readership: Researchers and graduate students in computer science, psychology and cognitive science. The Metaphysics of Virtual Reality Virtual Realism Virtual Words Virtual LesionsThe Virtual University? virtual class roomRollercoasters: Room 13 Reading GuideJulia WainesRollercoasters: Room 13 ReaderRobert SwindellsRollercoasters: Room 13 Class PackAuthor: Robert Swindells and Author of Reading Guide Julia Waines978-0-19-832887- (IOP) -http://iopscience.iop.org/ - **- http://opac.mandumah.com/**
  6. 6. Yarmouk University Databaseshttp://searchlib.yu.edu.jo/fulltext/per.index_search

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