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Establishing an E-Learning Foundation

Establishing an E-Learning Foundation Natalie Priester EDU 648 Rebecca Wardlow, Ed.D April 26, 2010

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E-Learning training delivered on a computer that is designed to support individual learning or organizational performance goals includes content relevant to the learning objective
uses instructional methods to help learning uses media elements to deliver the content and methods may be instructor-led (synchronous e-learning) or designed for self-paced individual study (asynchronous e-learning) builds new knowledge and skills linked to individual learning goals or to improved organizational performance definition of e-learning: Basically,
it's just learning with a computer! People learn work school to
become knowledgeable to
earn money
help others
Luckily, most people's brains learn the same way, at at so employers and educators can prepare lessons the same way! First, consider

What needs to be learned?

conduct a performance analysis
-What are the goals?
-Who are the learners?
-What is the environment?

define the content to find topics and subtopics
categorize the content into

Decide if the learners are to: Then, select a design architecture:
be informed use receptive to gain information acquisition
perform procedure use directive to strengthen responses
perform a principle use guided discovery to construct knowledge

facts concepts processes strategic principles procedures Then, consider

How should it be learned? By the way, students and employees really learn when they construct knowledge. Finally, actively understand

Why is the brain able to learn?

the cognitive theory of multimedia learning

mental processes transform information received by the eyes and ears into knowledge and skills in human memory

-using dual channels to select words and images while working within a limited capacity

-organizing words and images within the working memory

-integrating words and images with prior knowledge to transfer them to the long-term memory

Establishing an E-Learning Foundation
Natalie Priester
EDU 648
Rebecca Wardlow, Ed.D
April 26, 2010
Mayer, R., & Clark, R. E. (2008). e-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning. Washington D.C.: Pfeiffer.
When knowledge is constructed in the long-term memory, people are able to remember it in the future. So, students, employees, teachers and employees are all able to benefit from e-learning!
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