learning object


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learning object

Any entity, digital or non-digital, that may be used for learning, education or training. Learning objects include any resource which can be used and re-used to support learning.
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Improving Learning Object Reuse Through OOD: A Theory of Learning Objects, Journal of Object Technology, vol.
Learning object systems as constructivist learning environments: Related assumptions, theories, and applications.
More specifically, assume there is a learning object repository (LOR) consisting of n learning objects, [O.
For the purposes of this paper, we use a rather functional definition of a learning object as a textual segment (sentence, paragraph, and document) used in a learning process.
A learning object is any entity, digital or non-digital, that may be used for learning, education or training.
For example, a chemistry professor (or his or her graduate student) can create a learning object for each element in the periodic table, then, using the LCMS and each object's metadata, link these objects in different ways-the noble gases, the metals, et cetera-depending on what was the focus that week.
After reviewing the previous lesson, Ingrid told students that there was a little 'trick" to looking up these words in a dictionary in Indonesian and that the Kata-kata dasar learning object could help.
The interaction between the teacher and student in small classrooms that helps the student master these skills must be recreated within the learning object in larger general education classes.
Learning objects are digital materials designed to engage and motivate student learning.
A learning object that is a photograph is an example of a Level -- learning object.
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