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Learning Communities

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  1. Learning Communities Learning's and Experiences

  2. A learning community addresses the learning needs of its locality through partnership. It uses the strengths of social and institutional relationships to bring about cultural shifts in perceptions of the value of learning. Learning communities explicitly use learning as a way of promoting social cohesion, regeneration and economic development which involves all parts of the community. (Yarnit, 2000, p. 11)

  3. making learning more fun more knowledge about the subject making the subject more interesting

  4. Students will spend more time in their studies because of e-learning.

  5. Global competitiveness is within reach

  6. Educational Technology has been an interesting subject for me… The activities are unexpected… For almost two months, We’ve learned lots of learning communities like ning, wikispaces and blogspot… Even the networking sites are considered as learning communities Exchanging ideas, collaborating, giving comments on a certain article or video…

  7. I’ve learned to be more patient… As a future educator, learning communities will serve as my guidelines to have an effective teaching and learning process…

  8. Learning communities are developed where groups of people, linked geographically or by shared interest, collaborate and work in partnership to address their members’ learning needs. Learning communities facilitated through adult and community education are a powerful tool for socialcohesion, communitycapacity building and social, cultural and economic development. (Department of Education, 2003, p. 12)

  9. Resources Yarnit, M. (2000). Towns, cities and regions in the learning age: A survey of learning communities. Retrieved April 16, 2003, from http://www.ala.asn.au/learningcities/LGALearningLayout.pdf Department of Education. (2003, March). Adult and community education: A strategy for post-compulsory education and training in Tasmania. Retrieved April 15, 2003, from http://www.education.tas.gov.au/stateoflearning/issuespapers/aceissuespaper.doc