E-learning provides the opportunity for professionals to explore practice questions in a supportive environment. Through the active learning tool of online role-plays professionals can receive intrinsic feedback regarding choices made in the role-plays. Contentious ethical issues, such as power concerns in mediation, can be explored in a environment where other professionals in the same field can provide support and reflective comments in the discussion board . This paper provides a design for role-plays based upon Laurillard's conversational framework as a method of helping busy professionals reflect upon their practice in an online environment.
|Keywords:||e-Learning, Role-plays, Professional Practice|
Lecturer, School of Social Science and Planning, RMIT University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
There are currently no reviews of this product.Write a Review