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E-learning

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Transcript of E-learning

E-Learning
Timeline of the Historical Background
Forms of E-Learning
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E-Learning is a term that refers to any form of learning and teaching that is supported by electronic means.
E-Teaching
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Tools
Will you as a teacher use learning platform?
Learning environment
Spark
Examples
learning platforms & SLA
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
Blended Learning
Web Based Learning
Computer Based Learning
Virtual Classroom
asynchronous (anytime)
mobile (anywhere)
learner alone/self-study
educational content on medium
advancement of CBT
educational content on server
communication via mails, chats, forum entries, podcast
communication - learner/learner, learner/lecturer, lecturer/lecturer
mobile, asynchronous& synchronous
educational games
asynchronous & synchronous
together
via internet - phone service/ webcam
live communication
sittings - stored/ restored
"to blend" = mixed/ combined together
face to face learning + WBT
blending the advantages
Aural/Oral course!!!
communication in class/ outside the classroom
direct and spontaneous
m
odular
o
bjected
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riented
d
ynamic
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earning environment (acronym)
“to moodle (around)”
software – producing internet-based courses/ web-sites
Australia/ Perth, developed by Martin Dougiamas
concept:
Australia – distance education
social activity
constructive views
creating an environment for learn offers
establishing independently
communication/cooperation - leading part
evaluating afterwads
1840s
1920s
First modern
distance study courses
Isaac Pitman (1813 - 1897)
early 1920s
Sidney Pressey (1888–1979)
Pressey Testing Machine
1929
M.E. LaZerte (1885-1975)
invents the "Problem Cylinder"
Distance study courses emerge and rise in importance
first mechanical teaching devices
Important changes and development in the psychological and pedagogical discourses
B.F. Skinner (1904-1990)
Influential theorist of behaviorist
educational programs
Jean Piaget (1885-1975)
One of the key figures in the development of constructivism
E-Learning develops from simple PC Programs to complex Virtual Learning Environments
Apple II
1977
1981
IBM PC Model 5150
Blackbord LMS, 1990s
Moodle-based Wordwise Platform, 2012


• Manage users, roles, courses, instructors, facilities, and generate reports
Course calendar
• Learning Path
• Student messaging and notifications
• Assessment and testing handling before and after testing
• Display scores and transcripts
• Grading of coursework and roster processing, including wait listing
• Web-based or blended course delivery

Characteristics more specific to corporate learning, which sometimes includes franchisees or other business partners, include:

• Auto enrollment (enrolling Students in courses when required according to
predefined criteria, such as job title or work location)
• Manager enrollment and approval
• Boolean definitions for prerequisites or equivalencies
• Integration with performance tracking and management systems
• Planning tools to identify skill gaps at departmental and individual level
• Curriculum, required and elective training requirements at an individual and
organizational level
• Grouping students according to demographic units (geographic region, product line,
business size, etc.)
• Assign corporate and partner employees to more than one job title at more than one
business size, etc.
LMS/VLE Functions
Advantages
material obtained
transparent
testing
free access
upload/ download
store/ restore
communication outside the classroom
within council
1930s - 1960s
1970s - 2010s
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_management_system
Effects
What is
E-Learning?

Definition
Sources
Andrews, Richard and Haythornewaite, Caroline: "E-Learning Theory and Practice". Los Angeles: Sage, 2011.
Hunka, Stephen M. and Buck, George H.: “The Rise and Fall of CAl at the University of Alberta's Faculty of Education”, <http://www.quasar.ualberta.ca/edmedia/readingsnc/Hunkabuck.pdf>, visited on June 19 , 2012.
"Landesakademie für Fortbilung und Personalentwicklung an Schulen" <http:<//lehrerfortbildung-bw.de/elearning/formen/>, June 15 2012
McNeil, Sara: "A Hypertext History of Instructional Design", <http://faculty.coe.uh.edu/smcneil/cuin6373/idhistory/index.html>, visited on June 19, 2012.
Arnold, Patricia et al.: "Handbuch E-Learning. Lehren und Lernen mit digitalen Medien", Bielefeld: WBV, 2011.s.ac.id/2009/04/06/facilitating-language-learning-with-lms-a-brief-review-on-blackboard-and-moodle/> visited on June 16, 2012
J. Stanford: "Moodle 1.9 for Second Language Teaching"
historical document:
IMP log of the first message ever sent via the ARPANET
the logical map of the ARPANET
1969
Launch of the first operational packet switching network | Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET)
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