Facilitating Virtual Learning Groups: A Practical Approach
Journal of Management Development Volume 20, Number 6, ISSN 0262-1711
Instructor-facilitators of virtual learning groups can develop the learning environment through preliminary planning, course support, and postsession review. To undertake these processes, facilitators should attend to the learning tasks, the learning process, team development, team dynamics, and team trust. (Contains 73 references.) (SK)
McFadzean, E. & McKenzie, J. (2001). Facilitating Virtual Learning Groups: A Practical Approach. Journal of Management Development, 20(6), 470.
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