Stakeholders and the Educational Process
This Paper addresses how Stakeholders Benefit from an educational process through various forms of learning communities. Macro networks (i.e., the relationship between parents, community, and schools) and micro networks (i.e., interaction relationship administrators, teachers, and learners) each contain similarities and differences regarding how each interacts with each other. Technology within the classroom can bridge learners to the community, thus consolidating the macro and micro networks into a single learning community. Strategies for creating a learning community within the classroom include presenting clear objectives, implementing sound assessments that are formative in nature and allow learners to reflect and revise their work, and creating opportunities for learners to work collaboratively. The educational process consists of many stakeholders that each plays an important role in the development of the learner. In doing so, stakeholders each should work within the community without regard to a special agenda and always towards to best interest of the learner and of the educational process as a whole.
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