Balearic Islands Training

According to Miguel Oliver Rivas 2, Professor at the University of the Balearic Islands, teaching Telematics must be designed in a way that present a focused event or a problematic situation and serve as a focus for collaborative efforts between the users oriented construction of knowledge. In this way, the aim is to get contexts and situations varied learning, tailored to the needs of users and the demands of scientific knowledge. And as for the second, we must not forget that persons belonging to a training environment, share each other a series of values and cultural norms that must be assumed and respected by other people which directs and interact in the environment. Second principle. If virtual training environments should promote collaborative work also should strengthen the autonomy and independence of those who participate in the same. This perspective must be recurring create environments that enable selection of learning paths, as well as media and codes you want to perform the media interaction. This implies the need for the user to play a more active role that in environments of formation Bank 3, for example, where its role exclusively tends to be rote Repeater of the contents that are offered to you. It will also require a positive attitude for interaction with both the technologies involved.

This training must also respond progressively to the specific needs of individuals and not of the virtual community. As we have already pointed out the learning in networks must embody the principle of education focused on the user, who can adopt a real choice in qualities relating to when, how and where to study. Thus favors a self-study based on its own speed and in accordance with their own circumstances, needs and interests. However, the motivation of the user in a telematic environment of formation, is one of the most important elements to take into account both the spatial and temporal differentiation between which tend to find the Professor and the student, as by the loneliness of the independent study.

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