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Заглавие: Иновативен подход към обучението във виртуалния свят в контекста на проект AVATAR
Други Заглавия: Added value of teaching in a virtual world in the context of the AVATAR project
Автори: Monova-Zheleva, Mariya
Zhelev, Yanislav
Ключови Думи: 3D virtual environment
Virtual Worlds (VL)
v-learning
Virtual communities
Issue Date: 2010
Издател: Бургаски свободен университет, 8000 Бургас, бул. "Сан Стефано" №62
Серия/Отчет но.: BFU TOM XXIII;str-66
Резюме: In this paper are described approaches and methods used in the framework of the international project AVATAR[1]. The project’s primary aim is to enhance the quality of teaching and education in high schools through an innovative virtual world learning environment. The unique qualities of Virtual learning (v-learning) impart opportunities for collaborative learning and co-creation that can help teachers and students take a step closer towards the modernization and future of education. AVATAR provides an opportunity for both teachers and students to benefit from ICT skill development, social learning opportunities and a resource to help revive the traditional classroom environment, adding value to the learning process. V-learning promotes learning-by-doing that stimulates different learning styles and increases the level of student engagement in different subject matters through technology, integrating textbook, discussion groups and labs.
Описание: Годишник на БСУ 2010 том XXIII
URI: http://research.bfu.bg:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/106
ISSN: 1311-221-X
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