The way to teach your students to be independent thinkers is to put them in a virtual space where they can be their own instructors.
For the first time, educators at the virtual learning institution called the New York Virtual Learning Academy (NLLA) will open a classroom to the public on March 16.
In an effort to help teach people the art of self-learning, the new learning experience will be an interactive virtual classroom where students can interact and learn in a real environment.
“We have an enormous amount of data from the field that shows how people learn,” says Jennifer Lee, executive director of NLLA.
“But we’ve been struggling to create a teaching environment that doesn’t look like a classroom.
We’re trying to solve that with virtual learning.”
NLLa has trained over 1,000 students to become independent thinkers who can work independently from their parents, and they can interact with other students in a natural way, with no teachers, a physical object, or even a virtual teacher.
NLLs technology is designed to allow students to create their own virtual classrooms, complete with their own materials and supplies, with real-world classrooms, such as a library, and even real-life classes.
The NLL is open to anyone who wants to join.
To learn more, check out our interview with Jennifer Lee.
“I think we’ve hit a home run,” Lee says.
“When we first started doing this, we had only two people who wanted to come in.
That was before the advent of the iPad and all of the other devices.
Now, we have two hundred.
It’s not just about creating a virtual learning experience. “
The more we have people coming in and participating, the better it will be.
It’s not just about creating a virtual learning experience.
It is a learning environment, too.
We have a lot of things that are already in place, but what we need to do is figure out how to make it a little more real.”
For starters, Lee says, the classrooms are designed to be more fun.
“If we don’t have a good time with students, it will affect the way we teach,” she says.
The goal is to create an environment where students have fun.
It will be the first-ever classroom experience for a virtual instructor.
And the experience is designed so that students can be creative and engage in activities that are part of the learning process, rather than simply sitting in a classroom and waiting for a teacher to come.
To start, the virtual classroom will have a classroom floor, which is an open space where students will have the opportunity to create the environment.
But instead of a classroom, there will be a space for them to use a virtual table, which will allow them to work together and interact.
“They can use it for homework and games, and to be creative,” Lee explains.
“There are so many possibilities.
The idea is to give students a chance to create something and be creative.”
In addition to creating an environment that is fun, the New New York virtual learning classroom will be open to other teachers.
The classroom will also be open for visitors, who can bring their own equipment and supplies.
“Visitors can use the space for classes, or for work, and there will also probably be a workspace to work on projects with other teachers, but they can’t come in and see the classrooms,” Lee adds.
“It’s a lot like the classroom, but in the virtual world.
There are no teachers around.”
When the virtual students are done with their learning, the classroom will then be returned to the real world.
The New Newyork Virtual Learning Academies team will work with the NLLAs teachers to help them create their classrooms.
“In the NllA, we take a very broad approach, and we’re trying not to do anything specific to the learning experience,” Lee tells us.
“So it’s all about giving them a place to learn.”
For example, in the New NY Virtual Learning Environment, students will learn to draw with a digital pen.
They will work on drawing a picture of a cat, and learn about art and craft in an interactive space.
They’ll be introduced to the theory of relativity, which teaches them about how the universe works.
They might have to read an essay or two, or sit in a lecture room to watch a lecture.
The students will also have the option to create and play with their favorite toys.
“A lot of times when kids are looking for a learning experience in the real classroom, they’re looking for one where they’re really free and free to do whatever they want,” Lee said.
“That’s not the way they learn in the classroom.
The way they’re learning in the Nylons learning environment is a little bit more structured.”
As for the students, the NILA will provide them with resources and supplies that