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Principles of Practice for Effective e-Learning by Mind Map: Principles of Practice for Effective e-Learning
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Principles of Practice for Effective e-Learning

Encourage and support reflection

designated reflection opportunities and prompts

guidance on reflective practice

teacher models reflective practice

Encourage and support independent learning

provide opportunities to put research into practice

provide opportunities for feedback, review and revise

support development of problem-solving skills

provide opportunities to put learning in context

learners themselves put learning into practice

learners collaborate/communicate with practitioners

"Constructivist Learning"

Encourage and support collaboration

within groups

between groups

across disciplines

between student and teacher

teacher/manager and student learn together

open and regular communication -- trust -- timeliness

Encourage and support development of an active and inclusive community

flexible access


any time, any place

accommodating different learning styles and diverse talents

media rich resources

extended learning opportunities

community includes student community and also a community of influence between teacher and his/her colleagues

Encourage and support creativity and innovation

provide scope for exploration

facilitate link between research and practice

"Situative Learning"

Encourage and support assessment

formative and summative


linked to high expectations

possibilities for prompt feedback from peers/teacher

facilities/technologies to enable prompt feedback for student from his/her own work, e.g., ready access to technology to analyse data from practical work, from surveys, etc.