Virtual School Meanderings

February 7, 2017

Changing Roles: Collaboration Between Special And Mainstream Schools In England – Academia.edu

See this notice from one of my open scholarship networks.  Most of the articles won’t be of interest, but that second one is particularly relevant for readers of this blog.

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Mike Lambert Mike Lambert
University of WolverhamptonFaculty of Education and Health and Wellbeing, Department Member

Changing Roles: Collaboration between Special and Mainstream Schools in England

Lambert, M. (2003) Changing Roles: Collaboration between Special and Mainstream Schools in England. Learn, Journal of the Irish Learning Support Association, 25, pp.41-47

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Stephen Kotok Stephen Kotok
University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)Educational Leadership and Foundations, Faculty Member

Choice, Cyber Charter Schools, and the Educational Marketplace for Rural School Districts

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Paul Murty Paul Murty
Bookmarked by Elizabeth Boling

Discovery processes in designing

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Kerrie Smith

Australian higher education institutions transforming the future of teaching and learning through 3D virtual worlds

What are educators’ motivations for using virtual worlds with their students? Are they using them to support the teaching of professions and if this is the case, do they introduce virtual worlds into the curriculum to develop and/or expand students’ professional learning networks? Are they using virtual worlds to transform their teaching and learning? In recognition of the exciting opportunities that virtual worlds present for higher education, the DEHub Virtual Worlds Working Group was formed. It is made up of Australian university …

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