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Distance learning presentation

Lit Circle Presentation
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Trias Widyaningrum

on 20 June 2013

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A. Distance Learning
Elementary Education
The teacher tend to use prerecorded videocassettes and live broadcast television programs.
Secondary Education
The teacher tend to use television, telephone talkback.
Postsecondary Education
The teacher use radio, television, and other telecommunication systems . But there are still used printed materials to support the course.
Non formal Education
The teacher use television and audio interaction.


E. Audio Teleconference
FUNCTION
member groups :
1. Trias Widyaningrum (10004046)
2. Adinda Rizky D. (10004049)
3. Yeti Rochmah H. (10004052)
4. Dewi Santika (10004060)
5. Arifah Tenny R. (10004066)
6. Liannisa Mandasari (10004068)

C.Computer Network in
Distance Learning
LIMITATIONS
B. Instructional Communication Function
a. Information presentation
b. Student-teacher interaction
c. Student-student interaction
d. Access to learning resources

Limitations
Applications
LIMITATIONS
Lack of visual information
APPLICATIONS
F.AUDIOGRAPHIC
TELECONFERENCE
ADVANTAGES
Visual
LIMITATIONS
Availability
Applications
Many schools and colleges use audiographic teleconferencing to connect students in a number of isolated locales with a teacher.
DISTANCE LEARNING
- Schedule
ADVANTAGES
- Time savings
- Cost
- Information access
- Idea Exchange
- Access

- Learning curve
- Support
- Lack of immediacy
- Copyright
- Age-inappropriate material
APPLICATIONS
- Electronics mail
- Bulletin boards

- Information sources
D. BROADCAST RADIO
Advantages
cost
Range
Flexibility
Imagination stimulator
- Operation expense
during pretelevision period many school and college use radio to provide educational programs and as the learning resources.
some lessons that were taught by radio are listening, speaking, reading, writing, mathematics, health, agriculture, and economics
ADVANTAGES
Cost-effective
Easy to use
Interactive
Poor audio
Intimidating
It is used at the secondary and post secondary levels to connect students at two or more sites with an author to discuss his or her writing or with a public official to discuss current legislation
Cost
Time factor
G.Television in Distance Learning
1. One-way Video, One-way Audio.
It means that all the television delivery systems in which programs are transmitted to students without an interactive connection with the teacher.
5 principle type of delivery system:

Broadcasts Transmission.
Satellite Transmission.
Microwave Transmission.
Closed-Circuit Transmission.
Cable Television.

2. One-way Video, Two-way Audio.
Virtually all the television modes can be converted into two-way communication system by using a device for sending audio feedback to the presenter.
3. Two-way Video, Two-way Audio.
fully interactive television with two-way communication of both audio and video, or two-way television, is achieved by equipping both the sending and receiving sites with camera and microphone and interconnecting them by some means capable of two-way transmission.
Role of the Student
students need to know their roles in a distance learning experience.
students need to know how to use the technology to communicate with the teacher and with each other.
Role of the Teacher
Visualizing Instruction
Accessing Resources at a Distance
Advantages
Limitations
Applications
Future of Distance Learning
Cost efficiency.
Audiovisual capacity.
Two-way Possibilities.
Cost for two-way.
Facilities for two-way.
Isolation.
Commercial and noncommercial stations are providing programming for use in educational setting.
commercial programs :
dramas, dance, and music performances, documentaries and news.
noncommercial programs :
designed by education department.
Funding
Teacher training
Available resources
all of the teaching materials should be appropriate with the technologies for distance learning.
in distance learning, the teacher was helped by a distance site facilitator to provide the correct information or materials to the learners.
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