Part of the Achieving QTS Practical Handbooks Series Series
Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) are becoming increasingly common in schools, and it is important for trainees to be equipped with the necessary skills and understanding to use them effectively to enhance learning. This book takes a thematic approach, examining all the key issues from designing and creating a VLE to using one to organise, moderate and assess pupil learning and even to develop resources for learning.
|Publication date:||1st December 2007|
|Author:||Helena Gillespie, Helen Boulton, Alison Hramiak, Richard Williamson|
|Publisher:||Learning Matters Ltd an imprint of SAGE Publications Ltd|
|Categories:||Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (CAL),|
Helena Gillespie has worked in teacher education for 4 years. She has published in journals and books, and has recently completed a book for David Fulton Publishers on ICT in schools. She has a Masters in Education. Helen Boulton has worked in teacher education for 5 years; prior to this she was an ICT Co-ordinator. She has a Masters in Educational management and is currently working towards her PhD. Dr Alison Hramiak is a Senior Lecturer in Education at Sheffield Hallam University, (United Kingdom) working primarily in Teach First where she is the Regional Computer Science Subject Lead for Yorkshire and Humberside, ...More About Helena Gillespie, Helen Boulton, Alison Hramiak, Richard Williamson