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Reviewing the Potential of Virtual Learning Environments in Schools

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Reviewing the Potential of Virtual Learning Environments in Schools
This paper considers the potential of Virtual Learning Environments in schools focusing on 2 distinct user groups. Firstly, the children and teachers engaged in the learning situation, and secondly, the stakeholders, that is the policy makers and educational authorities. Several VLEs are reviewed identifying high user acceptance and interest. The paper then considers educational policy and approaches in both Europe and China highlighting a strong commitment to ICT in schools. It concludes that the current pedagogical climate provides plentiful potential for the integration of VLEs, into the classroom.
Malcolm Padmore, Lynne E. Hall, Bob Hogg, Gareth P
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where EDUTAINMENT
Authors Malcolm Padmore, Lynne E. Hall, Bob Hogg, Gareth Paley
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