Future teachers studying at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg are honing their skills by using a virtual classroom seen on the screen, in which the “students” misbehave just like real ones do. Recently, student Nathan Long, 24, of Gladstone practiced his instruction with the virtual realm. “I love it,” Long says, “because I can actually see how it is making me a better teacher.”
Future teachers studying at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg are honing their skills by using a virtual classroom seen on the screen, in which the “students” misbehave just like real ones do. Recently, student Nathan Long, 24, of Gladstone practiced his instruction with the virtual realm. “I love it,” Long says, “because I can actually see how it is making me a better teacher.” DAVID PULLIAM The Kansas City Star
Future teachers studying at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg are honing their skills by using a virtual classroom seen on the screen, in which the “students” misbehave just like real ones do. Recently, student Nathan Long, 24, of Gladstone practiced his instruction with the virtual realm. “I love it,” Long says, “because I can actually see how it is making me a better teacher.” DAVID PULLIAM The Kansas City Star

Virtual students give lessons in classroom management to prospective teachers

April 05, 2015 05:36 PM

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