VIRTUAL LEARNING AND INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS: PERFECTING THE WEEKLY ROADMAP

@inproceedings{2016VIRTUALLA,
  title={VIRTUAL LEARNING AND INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS: PERFECTING THE WEEKLY ROADMAP},
  author={},
  year={2016}
}
  • Published 2016
This article will provide details on the importance of providing structure within an online graduate counseling course in the form of a weekly roadmap tool. There are various instructional tools that may be useful in providing students with differing levels of structure, to meet their learning style preferences for structural stimuli (Cicco, 2013). The Dunn and Dunn Learning-Style Model lists structure as an element of learning style within the emotional domain of an individual's learning style… CONTINUE READING

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