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Virtual laboratories in teaching and learning science August 20th, Image: Computer science has invaded the educational process and is providing us with many opportunities to exploit.
While the use ICT has already penetrated in Inquiry Based Teaching, we have yet to create and implement STEM lesson plans that promote the development of methodological skills and competencies, investigation through experimentation, teamwork and communication among students through collaborative activities.
IBSE methods and digital technologies support necessary educational innovations and can be the catalyst for change in educational patterns in regard to its form, space, functions, services, tools, roles, procedures . Virtual laboratories are an essential digital tool.
In fact, many European schools are equipped with computer classes, tablets and high-speed internet connection while using a huge variety of web-based learning applications, simulations and visualizations.
Simulations Simulations are imitations of operating systems through time, via computers.
These represent a process on the basis of a model that is cheaper, faster, less risky and more affordable than the real process. Network applets The applets are experimental devices in small virtual laboratories and are quite popular in science subjects.
They are small in size and easily transported and they can be used regardless of the operating system type. Virtual labs Virtual labs virtual laboratories simulate a virtual operating system, the computer screen, Science laboratories, exploiting the potential offered by modern media technology key feature technical interaction and direct and plausible manipulation of objects and parameters.
These workshops are essentially an interface high level including real time three-dimensional simulations through different sensory channels. Laboratories Controlled by Distance Remote Labs Workshops controlled remotely remote labs, otherwise known as online labs or workbenches include real experiments conducted from a distance with the use of telecommunications, while the user uses this technology from another location.
They can be operated remotely. An example are those based on applets or robotic workshops remote labs that can accept commands via the Internet  Benefits of using virtual labs in teaching and learning Science Virtual labs can be very useful in the teaching of Science, particularly in cases where: Virtual labs support IBSL in learning science: Laws in science arise from a detailed observation processes, with clearly more chances of clarification, understanding and acceptance if regarded in detail.
It encourages collaboration and communication between teachers and students.
STEM teachers participate actively in the learning process: But what are the differences between real life experiences and those formed by representations in a computer screen? With virtual labs, students acquire a tool with which to experiment without limitations of space or time.
They are available all year, as opposed to school laboratories, limited to a specific place and for a limited time. The use of virtual environments makes students acquire better computer skills, which can be considered skills for lifelong learning.
Examples of virtual labs environments in the Scientix repository Projects:In this paper after a short presentation of virtual learning places (part 2) particularly virtual laboratories we describe the developments in the project ViReC (part 3 and 4).
2. Virtual classrooms and virtual laboratories are used for individual learning as well for collective ones and distributed learning environments that support such learning places enable learners to.
In science and engineering education, virtual laboratories have emerged as alternative or supplementary tools of the hands-on laboratory education (Mahmoud & Zoltan, ).
The Role of Virtual Laboratories Session on Pedagogical Challenges of Curriculum Delivery and Related Opportunities CEE ’06 International Workshop on Reforming Civil and Environmental Engineering Education, October , , Istanbul, Turkey 1 F. Necati Catbas, Ph.D. ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS: Perception of the Faculty Assistant Professor technologies in teaching learning process grows stronger and faster. The information virtual education and eliminated the barriers of distance and time. New and innovative. As such, I have found that my role as the "Computer Teacher" has actually been many roles. In that way, the computer lab was an important place in these schools. On the other hand, it is challenging to try connecting what is taught in the lab with what students are learning in their classrooms, which is, in my opinion, the ideal way to.
As such, I have found that my role as the "Computer Teacher" has actually been many roles. In that way, the computer lab was an important place in these schools.
On the other hand, it is challenging to try connecting what is taught in the lab with what students are learning in their classrooms, which is, in my opinion, the ideal way to.
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