Using LAMS to structure and support learning activities in virtual worlds

@inproceedings{Cram2012UsingLT,
  title={Using LAMS to structure and support learning activities in virtual worlds},
  author={Andrew Cram and Katy Lumkin and Janette Eade},
  year={2012}
}
Virtual worlds are being increasingly used in education, often for their flexibility in facilitating student-directed learning. As flexibility for self-paced learning increases, however, the challenge of guiding students' learning trajectories towards the intended outcomes also increases, as does the need to provide appropriate support and guidance. LAMS presents one method of structuring student activities while providing targeted support, and as such may be a useful tool for teachers… CONTINUE READING

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