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ELEARNING IN EDUCATION: AN OVERVIEW Raymond S. Pastore, Ph.D. Bloomsburg Univeristy Bloomsburg, PA SITE 2002 Thursday, March 21, 2002 Purpose: To give an overview of elearning and the implications for our schools. Center for Technology & Teacher Education Bloomsburg University Introduction

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elearning in education an overview
ELEARNING IN EDUCATION: AN OVERVIEW

Raymond S. Pastore, Ph.D.Bloomsburg UniveristyBloomsburg, PASITE 2002Thursday, March 21, 2002

Purpose: To give an overview of elearning and the implications for our schools.

introduction
Introduction

http://teacherworld.com

http://elearnerworld.com

http://webportfolio.com

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Introduction

Principles of Teaching

http://teacherworld.com/pot.html

Educational Computing & Technology

http://teacherworld.com/ec.html

Virtual Learning Communities

http://teacherworld.com/vlc.html

topics
Topics
  • Definition of Elearning
  • Advantages of Elearning
  • The 21st Century Model
  • Best Practices
  • Benchmarks
  • Types of Delivery
  • Disadvantages of Elearning
  • Elearning in Schools
  • Future Trends
  • Resources
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definition of elearning
Definition of Elearning

What is Elearning?

The Internet Time Group

http://www.internettime.com/itimegroup/forum/faq.htm#what

advantages of elearning
Advantages of Elearning
  • anywhere/anytime learning
  • individualized learning
  • student-centered learning
  • knowledge on demand
  • may build new communities
  • promotes independent and lifetime learning
  • convenience to learner
types of delivery decisions
Types of Delivery Decisions
  • blended learning
  • synchronous/asynchronous
  • role of instructor
  • evaluation
  • pace of course
  • collaboration
  • Tools
  • communication
  • fees
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Establishing New Learning Environments

Traditional -------- Incorporating ------ New Environments New Strategies

Teacher-centered instruction Student-centered learning

Single sense stimulation Multisensory stimulation

Single path progression Multipath progression

Single media Multimedia

Isolated work Collaborative work

Information delivery Information exchange

Passive learning Active/exploratory/inquiry-based learning

Factual/literal thinking Critical thinking, informed decision-making

Reactive response Proactive/planned action

Isolated, artificial context Authentic, real world context

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Benchmarks for Success in Internet-Based Distance Education

A study of distance learning benchmarks at six colleges prepared by The Institute for Higher Education Policy for the NEA and Blackboard. April 2000.

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The benchmarks considered essential for quality Internet-based distance education are:

    • Institutional Support -- a technology plan that addresses security, backup, system integrity; technical reliability; and central support for infrastructure
    • Course development -- periodic updates, require students to engage in analysis, synthesis, and evaluation
    • Teaching/Learning -- interaction between student and faculty (voicemail and/or email suffice), constructive and timely feedback, students learn research methods
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Course structure -- triage up front to cull out unsuitable candidates, supplemental course info that outlines objectives, concepts, ideas, learning outcomes, library resources (virtual is okay), common expectations for time to complete assignments and receive feedback

  • Student support -- hands-on training in system use, help line, rapid turn on answers
  • Faculty support --- technical assistance in course development, instructor training, written resources to deal with issues arising from student use of electronic data
  • Evaluation and assessment - use several standards, learning outcomes are viewed regularly to ensure clarity, utility, and appropriateness.
disadvantages of elearning
Disadvantages of Elearning
  • motivation
  • rate of completion
  • face to face interaction
  • communication
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Disadvantages of Elearning

Overcoming Obstacles to Elearning

From ASTD

http://www.learningcircuits.org/2001/mar2001/elearn.html

elearning in public schools
Elearning in Public Schools
  • High Schools
  • Middle Schools
  • Elementary Schools

Florida Virtual High Schoolhttp://www.flvs.net/

future trends
Future Trends
  • Continued Rapid Growth
  • More Blended Learning
  • Growth in k-12 Schools
  • More Online Testing
  • More Internet Integration
  • More Internet Use
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Future Trends

Cisco' Government Affairs: Facts and Stats

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/779/govtaffs/factsNStats/educationnew.html

resources
Resources

http://teacherworld.com/elearning.html