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  • Vision

    ...ommunities) recognising and celebrating diversity - of culture, gender, ethnicity, talents, perspectives and ages continuing to lead ‘educational transformation' (of learn...

  • Finance/Funding

    ...esses. The on-going financial management of the LCO should be the responsibility of a professional with an understanding of both financial and educational backgrounds. Financial proces...

  • Identify community of interest

    ...Such groups might be considered to represent a geographic community of interest. Alternatively, they may reflect special character networks or educational philosophy, such as schools t...

  • Establish purpose

    ...e LCO needs to be given. This should clearly place the needs of students first, reflecting how the establishment of the LCO will provide better educational opportunities for these stude...

  • Agree on membership

    ...titutions. A comprehensive canvassing of potential ‘partners’ in this initiative is advised at this stage, including both educational and non-educational. It is important that an open...

  • Develop a philosophical context

    ...vision and values in forming a Learning Community Online (LCO). Expanation The reason for establishing an LCO should be grounded in sound educational thinking. It should have as i...

  • Learner Needs

    ...ell than they had hoped, they seek out information to improve their performance. This ability relates to a quality sometimes referred to in the educational psychology literature as havi...

  • Virtual Learning

    ...o;owns’ and supports it. The VLN can be described as a form of educational co-operative, where the membe...e that will enable them to re-examine the ways in which they provide educational programmes for their students...

  • School Clusters and LCOs

    ...etermined by the number of lanes, traffic signals and the volume of traffic travelling at any one time. Other Educational Organisations This icon represents the range of other educational organizations that may provid...

  • The 4 Ps

    ...re provided for students who may nototherwise be able to access them in the school they are attending. These are generally a part of the formal educational provision.Examples of progamm...