Learner – Oriented Virtual Learning: A Booster To Primary School Learners

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Associate Professor & HODi/c,Department of Education(SDE), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.
Periodicity:June - August'2013
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jsch.9.1.2400

Abstract

The present study enlightens the impact of Learner- Oriented-Virtual Learning in enriching knowledge in Environmental Education at primary level.To achieve the expected competency in Biodiversity, various approaches were adopted in the class room transaction which were not fruitful. Hence the researcher practiced the Learner –Oriented-Virtual Learning in the classroom transaction. Experimental method was adopted in the study. Qualitative and quantitative approaches were adopted in the study. Sixty students studying at standard v in Pomanampalayam Panchayat union school were considered as sample for the study.Achievement test was considered as tool for the study.Resarcher’s self-made tool was used for pretest and post test. After administering pre test, treatment was given through Learner-Oriented-Virtual Learning to find out the effectiveness of it. Descriptive and inferential statistics was applied for the study. Learner-oriented-Virtual Learning is more effective than traditional method in Learning Biodiversity in Environmental Education.The fruitful method can be implemented in some other classes.

Keywords

Learner- Oriented-Virtual Learning ,Biodiversity, Environmental Education

How to Cite this Article?

Singaravelu,G. (2013). Learner – Oriented Virtual Learning: A Booster To Primary School Learners.i-manager’s Journal on School Education Technology, 9(1), 31-36. https://doi.org/10.26634/jsch.9.1.2400

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