Learning and pedagogy require different approaches. Read more here at “About e-learning: a second thought” https://teemuleinonen.fi/2016/12/14/about-e-learning-a-second-thought/amp/
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Can schools use technology to cut the costs of teaching? I’m one of three consultants consulted by the Chronicle of Higher Education in an article answering that question.
My opening gambit: “Over all, technology usually does not help reduce instructional costs. Only if we take advantage of open access can we really cut institutional costs.”
(Actually, I do mention a few other ways, that are unpopular.)
Read “So You Want to Drive Instruction With Digital Badges? Start With the Teachers” at https://www.edsurge.com/news/2015-10-31-so-you-want-to-drive-instruction-with-digital-badges-start-with-the-teachers?mc_uid=7d88368bb7ce252b30624e9436afb3fb&utm_source=EdsurgeTeachers&utm_campaign=0b8ef987a9-Instruct+195&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3d103d3ffb-0b8ef987a9-292639697
Read up here in a free and downloadable report:
Why Online Education Needs to Provide Opportunity to Learners to Engage with Each Other and the Concepts to Create LEarningPosted: 28/09/2015 by broadyesl in e-learning, instructional design, online learning and teaching
Read “Learning is created, not communicated” at http://dynamind-elearning.com/2015/09/learning-is-created-not-communicated/ to experience a personal account of a learner experience as well as the reflection of a professional in this insightful piece.
Pivotal points for successful e-learning instructors. Consider using the term “facilitation” instead of “teaching” since online learning must be more constructive than face-to-face learning. Read the practical tips here http://dynamind-elearning.com/2015/09/how-to-become-a-better-asynchronous-e-facilitator/