The Role of e-Learning in Science Education vis-a-vis Teacher Training Institutes in Middle East
Science teaching is conducted primarily in three types of learning environments: classroom, laboratory; and outdoors (Orion et al., 1997). The importance of Science Classroom Learning Environment (SCLE) has been recognized by many researchers and teachers during the past two decades. The specific criteria for a science learning environment will depend on many factors such as the needs of the students and the characteristics of the science program. (National Research Council, 1996).Online teaching and learning can also contribute to a good learning science environment and can bring about good science education standards through proper designing and effective utilization of technology.
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