Virtual Learning Environment: The Do’s And Don’ts Guide
With virtualization and evident uproar of making use of the internet and laptops at its best, teaching has found a new venture of development in the form of e-learning or virtual learning. Technology is helping millions of students as well as the educators follow their dreams and bring them both closer, sooner.
With a keen and inevitable collaboration, a number of teams are needed to manage a single venture. Right from communication to handling resources, a belief of true discussion as well as passion has to be reflected in your work. People working in this field of education should follow these Dos and Don’ts to avoid any concussions:
1. Latest Technology of Equipments
A good and effective as well as globally accepted technology will help the students to have an interaction which is just next to being face-to-face.
2. Making Call Timings Feasible For Both Of You
Calling them from home on odd hours should accompany with good bandwidth so that the video chat and explanations works down well.
3. Scheduling Or Re-scheduling
Following the schedule tightly will bring in better ways to have a careful working session. Global holidays, time zones as well as convenience with accordance to the same should be known.
4. Be A Definitive Leader
Have a defined leader who has information regarding all the centres. This makes it easy for the team to work in a collaboration as well as enabled communication via the leading body.
5. Sharing Relevant Details
When it comes to have an e-sharing make sure all the faculties as well as staff members get the details at the same time.
- Giving excuses of not checking the emails or not getting any information on time. Being updated with all the activities within the organization is even the responsibility on both the sides.
- Talking over each other won’t do any good. Making fun or passing comments while a meeting in on screen or on Skype will only have a negative impact.
- In the same way while teaching or talking to a parent you shouldn’t be concentrating on some other stuff which is unimportant. That delivers an impression all negative.
- When working face-to-face, things tend to be easier and many noises are preferably left ignored. But on call especially the video chat needs to have an etiquette which includes punctuality, avoiding side calls or conversations, paying attention to what’s been discussed, being polite enough to ask if things are clear and stopping assumptions.
29 Aug 2016 / Sobroto Roy / 0