Real Estate Education and Blended Learning

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Real Estate Education and Blended Learning An Educational Briefing on the Implementation of a V irtual L earning E nvironment. Introduction The context of (blended) learning Implementing a VLE Shaping the Content with Moodle Conclusions & Discussion. Introduction – 1 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Info-Session PräsentationReal Estate Education and Blended Learning
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Implementing a VLE
Conclusions & Discussion
Virtual Learning Environment (VLE):
A complex software system that helps to provide learning content and organise learning processes
Characterised by the following elements:
User administration
Communication media
Administration of modules
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Networking through the Internet with ‘classical’ learning methods and media
Main Focus
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The context of (blended) learning
Didactics of teaching were not first invented in the 21st century ....
Is e-learning a fad?
Interlinking virtual and face-to-face activities
Achieving meaningful learning outcomes
Knowledge acquisition independent of time and location
Provision of the knowledge base
Controlling the knowledge base
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Low-profile solution = „intelligent“ file storage system
“Proprietary” vs “open-source” solutions
Development from scratch by yourself ?
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http://immobilien.tuwien.ac.at
Installation fairly easy
submission of assignments, quizzes, …
Just do it: “Feeding” with content
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Screenshot of a topic outline within a course
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Content of one module [student view]
Syllabus, learning materials, presentations, links ...
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Overview of Moodle functions [programme manager’s screen view]
Easily learned and requires minimal training...
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Have assignments been submitted? What is missing?
http://immobilien.tuwien.ac.at
Reasonable relationship between efforts and output for participants (depending on group size, …)
Excessive expectations regarding the benefits of VLEs should be avoided
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