Virtual Laboratories for Physical Programming: Its Importance and Challenges
The information and communication technologies (ICTs) in educational environments are designed to provide educational institutions, tools that aid the process of teaching and learning in a motivating and interactive way. Laboratory of Physics, viewed as a place of exchange and collaborations, the internet has among other technological tools an important tool to promote learning through activities that involve the manipulation of objects, which in this case are virtual nature. This article presents the virtual laboratory in a teaching perspective that utilizes the potential of this environment for the development of nature "practice" activities, in contrast with laboratories using concrete elements.
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