Visual Constructivism in Distance Learning
USDLA Journal Volume 16, Number 1, ISSN 1537-5080
Offers a framework for faculty and planners of distance learning programs to understand the impact of visuals and constructivist methods in distance learning and to guide effective practice and decision-making. Topics include interaction; constructivist learning, including active learning and authentic learning; authentic student assessment; and levels of visual constructivism. (LRW)
Alesandrini, K. (2002). Visual Constructivism in Distance Learning. USDLA Journal, 16(1),.
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