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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During the course the teachers had possibilities to decide about the learning object and the learning object became "subtracting fractions from wholes".
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.
A learning object that is a statement of process illustrated by a video clip is an example of a Level--learning object.
The learning object allows the significance learning by using a dynamic methodology, proving this way that the teaching is better that teaching without multimedia resources.
Rather, it is best to "chunk" the class into five or six single concept blocks, each as a separate learning object. Effective lecturers do this already; they break up their class session into related topics.
[ALLE10] Allen C.A., Mugisa E.K., Improving Learning Object Reuse Through OOD: A Theory of Learning Objects, Journal of Object Technology, vol.
In general, learning objects (LOs) have been described as "digital entities deliverable over the internet" (Wiley, 2002, p.
Virtual workspace environment (VWE): a taxonomy and service oriented architecture framework for modularized virtual learning environments--applying the learning object concept to the VLE, International Journal on E-Learning 5(1): 45-57.
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