The Phenomenon Of Secondlife And Formal Education Classroom More

SecondLife is a three-dimensional virtual environment which allows its participants to carry things in his first life or ordinary real life could only dream about. In SecondLife no limits, if you want to have it, if you want to blow up or drive a ferrari latest model in SecondLife you can get. Secondlife is not just a game, secondlife is true to its name as the activities that can be done to spend leisure and funs to more altruistic chores like education, if it is true, in SecondLife also be learned aside limitations that modern life can impose. SecondLife It has become an educational platform for high performance and is expected to be a future alternative to the traditional channel.
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SecondLife offers many advantages over other traditional methods of teaching? Anza:

The students have more freedom when participating in class due in part to the fact that in a virtual environment in which we are represented graphically by an avatar can put aside fears of public speaking and present our ideas somewhat that may be crucial to incorporate new knowledge.

Another advantage over traditional methods is to reduce the echo distacias between the student and the classroom to the student to obtain the benefits of education regardless of the geographical area where you are.

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The great similarity of the environment to make a video game that the young student will not find it boring at all since almost all the kids and teens are fully familiar with the video game platforms and could even reach the formation tomarsen as one more game, which will greatly benefit as well known to all that we like and what we find funny we learn more easily.

Hand knowledge of the technology could quickly reach to virtually every corner of the planet with the rise of 3G cellular technology that allows users to surf at speeds suitable to track any online training course.
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In short, the benefits are enormous and will remain to the extent that these platforms are not only free but also be free to allow disadvantaged communities may be partakers of this new form of education.

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