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Chapter 12 Distance Education: Learning via Telecommunications. Radio Telephone Television (broadcast, cable, satellite) Internet. Distance Learning is a Form of Education Characterized by:. Physical separation of learners from teacher Organized instruction program Technological media

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chapter 12 distance education learning via telecommunications
Chapter 12Distance Education:Learning via Telecommunications
  • Radio
  • Telephone
  • Television (broadcast, cable, satellite)
  • Internet
distance learning is a form of education characterized by
Distance Learning is a Form of Education Characterized by:
  • Physical separation of learners from teacher
  • Organized instruction program
  • Technological media
  • Two-way communication
broadcast radio
Broadcast Radio

Pros:

  • Relatively Inexpensive (compared to TV)
  • Range
  • Flexibility
  • Imagination Stimulator

Cons:

  • Scheduling
  • Operation Expense
audio teleconference
Audio Teleconference

Pros:

  • Cost Effective
  • Easy to Use
  • Interactive

Cons:

  • Lack of Visual Information
  • Poor Audio
  • Intimidating
audiographic teleconference
Audiographic Teleconference

Pros:

  • Visual
  • Cost

Cons:

  • Availability
  • Time Factor
television one way video one way audio
Television:One Way Video,One Way Audio
  • Prerecorded video
  • Live programming without direct feedback
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Delivery Systems:
  • Broadcast Transmission
  • Satellite Transmission
  • Microwave Transmission
  • Closed-Circuit Television
  • Cable Television
  • Fiber Optics
television two way video two way audio
Television:Two Way Video, Two Way Audio
  • Full Duplex Teleconferences
  • Compressed Video
online technologies
Online Technologies

Using Computer Based Systems to Deliver Instruction

important issues regarding students
Important Issues Regarding Students

Students Must Understand:

  • Their Roles
  • How to Use the Technology
  • Communications Etiquette
important issues regarding teachers
Important Issues Regarding Teachers
  • Training
  • Technical Expertise
  • Planning
  • Facilitation
  • Problem Solving