Webinar: Virtual Learning Environments Webinar: Virtual Learning Environments

(Virtual) Learning Environments

  • Webinar
  • 27 March 2014, 6PM CET

Virtual Learning Environments are more than just an online storage space. Some of the Advanced Schools have enabled students and staff to have virtual access to the curriculum 24/7, 365 days a year. However, there is a definite implementation strategy required to ensure that the whole school curriculum is current and online. This can become the biggest ‘hidden’ asset as it enables the learning content to become constantly accessible and agile.

In this webinar, it was explored how to build access to virtual learning spaces across the school and how to make the most of the materials beyond the school day. What kinds of virtual learning environments are schools using? How do schools keep the learning spaces vibrant and up to date? 

 

 


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Henna Grönros is a 28 years old teacher from Finland. She teaches mathematics, physics and chemistry at Puropelto school in Turku. Puropelto is a primary school and students are 13 to 16 years old. She has been working there for three years now. She studied to become a teacher in univeristy of Turku. She graduated in 2009 and has been working as a teacher since then. She is very interested in developing her ICT skills and using technology in teaching. She teaches also image manipulation, word processing and how to make Internet pages using HTML-language and CSS-styles.

 

Sarah-Jayne Carey is a teacher of ICT, Computer Science and Learning Support. She is ICT Co-ordinator in Coláiste Bríde Presentation Secondary School with responsibility for ICT integration and development across the whole school community. Coláiste Bríde is widely recognised as using ICT innovatively in teaching and learning, and they employ a whole school approach to technology integration. Sarah-Jayne has presented at various conferences on the topic of technology for learning. Sarah-Jayne has been teaching ICT for 13 years. Prior to this she was a German Team Leader in United Parcel Service, and responsible for delivering induction training to new employees. She has also worked in Adult Education. In 2009 she completed an Masters in Education and E-Learning and is an active member of the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (www.cesi.ie) Sarah-Jayne is delighted to be part of the Living Schools Lab. As well as sharing her own practice and the practice of teachers in her school, she has learned so much from the other teachers in the network.