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Reflective learning on online communication

Le, T and Le, Q 2007 , 'Reflective learning on online communication', in Jeff Sigafoos and Vanessa Green (eds.), Technology and Teaching , Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA.

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Reflective learning provides a learning experience for students to record and reflect deeply on their thoughts and feelings on issues and events that are an essential part of their learning. In a discourse of face-to-face teaching and learning, students and lecturers have opportunities to interact in class and in individual conferencing. It is often assumed that on-line learning can deprive students of personal interaction to share ideas and experiences with their lecturers. However, this chapter points out that computer technology can greatly enhance reflective learning. This chapter examines the concept of reflective learning with a focus on the learning journal. It presents different types of journal writing in reflective learning and discusses the implementation of reflective learning in a university online course.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Le, T and Le, Q
Keywords: reflective learning, online learning
Publisher: Nova Science Publishers
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