Debunking Virtual Education Myths – #1 continued
The following video shows how students use textbooks, worksheets and manipulative tools in conjunction with computers. Virtual education can be more involved in subjects like math and science. Using a technology device can help to hold the student’s attention and desire to learn difficult concepts. Many concepts are taught in lecture forms like traditional schools, in addition to these students have access to fun games that help reinforce learning. Virtual students learn from the computer, out of text-books, complete worksheets and use manipulative tools for a “hands-on” experience. An advantage to virtual learning is the ability to re-play lectures as some students need the information repeated several times before grasping an approach. Also, computers can teach basic concepts while teachers can focus their efforts pin-pointing trouble areas for students. Virtual learning allow each individual student to work at their own pace, whether ahead or behind of grade level.
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