Presentation on theme: "E-Learning E-learning means all teaching and learning forms supported by modern ICT. The e-content can be organized interactively and in a multimedia."— Presentation transcript:
1E-LearningE-learning means all teaching and learning forms supported by modern ICT. The e-content can be organized interactively and in a multimedia way and the learning processes can be completed by web-based communication between teacher and learner.
2Blended LearningOptimal combination of the advantages of conventional classes and e-Learning.
3ComputerInternetLearning with digital media is a central element of learning in the 21st century. In European homes computers and internet are wide spread, even among children and young people.
4Net-generation New technologies New technologies change the teaching and learning processes, because pupils of today’s “net-generation” have a variety of information sources and exchange options. The new way of learning is based on the competence to acquire information and evaluate it critically. E-Learning thus promotes the discussion on a new culture of learning. The use of new Media represents a special challenge to the learner (self-responsible and cooperative learning).
5Media CompetenceLearners must also develop a media competence in order to be able to evaluate the available information critically. At the same time media competence is a prerequisite in a variety of jobs and is regarded as a key qualification for the information and communication society. This media competence can be best imparted by the early use of new media in school and classes.
6Lifelong LearningIn recent years digital learning has continuously improved as to content, technical and pedagogical aspects. The use of new media has been intensified in all education fields. The advantage of using new media in education becomes obvious by the fact that it supports new forms of teaching and learning (autonomous learning, cooperative learning) as well as the opportunity to aid the single pupil individually. Apart from various scopes of design, flexible usage as well as the possibility of simulating real situations, the use of new media in education also offers the basis for self-regulated learning. This is an essential prerequisite for lifelong learning.
7E-content is categorized by its size. The smallest of its elements is called an asset.
8AssetAsset is a single building block such as an image, a text or a simple animation.
10What’sa LOA learning object is a resource (usually digital and web-based) that can be usedand re-used to support learning.A learning object consists of several learning assets that are structured in apedagogically meaningful way. It is really important that a learning module is a unitthat can stand by itself. All important elements must be implemented:motivation, content, feedback function or self-assessment.As to a learning object media, form or format, the following ispossible:a web lesson using a standard authoring system;interactive tests and electronic assessments ;special learning module (educational game, map exercise, simulations),webquests, containing curriculum related questions and work assignments.
11Learning ModuleA learning module consists of various learning objects combined with a pedagogical concept (didactically structured, including motivational aspects, presentation of content, small knowledge tests and self assessment).
12LEARNING UNITA learning unit (corresponding to a teaching unit) consists of e-learning modules combined with a pedagogical framework and hints for class organization in the meaning of blended learning (defined as combination of conventional presence teaching and eLearning).
13CoursesLearning units develop into courses (longer teaching unit sequences).
14SCENARIOIt consists of a written draft of a teaching project and serves as clarification and communication for third parties. The development of a pedagogical scenario helps to sort out all relevant dimensions into which such a scenario is embedded. In the learning scenarios, the single learning activities and the use of learning objects are described. The learning scenario is supposed to serve as a facility for planning and structuring (lesson plan) one or more teaching units in accordance to a didactic method.
15The potential of e-learning AdvantagesMore Responsabilities for the studentsIt conveys Information managementTeamworkSelfmanagementand it can improve Motivation
16The drawbacks Distractions through GAMES and SURFING on the web New methods of CHEATINGAnd disruption due to TECHNICAL PROBLEMS
17Pedagogical methods 1With the emergence of new media and e-learning different pedagogical approaches have been discussed. Due to the so called “cognitive turn” new kinds of computer-assisted teaching and learning programs came up, the intelligent “tutorial systems” (cognitivist approach), which are characterized by high flexibility as they analyze the learner and his learning habits on the computer and hereupon adapt the support for the learning process to the current knowledge. The approach of the “situated learning” is based on the assumption that learning is an active construction process and not a passive absorption of “inactive knowledge” (is learned “inside” and can not be applied “outside”). Hereby the situation in which the learning takes places is assessed as essential. Learning material is to be presented from as different perspectives as possible and in diverse contexts, so that later the transfer of knowledge in unfamiliar situations is possible.
18Pedagogical methods 2“Problem based learning” or the project method are tuitional forms which are supported in this constructivist approach. The “active discovery learning” can also be assigned to the constructivist approach (other denotations are inquiry, autonomous, explorative learning), which is characterized in that the learner actively deals with problems, gains autonomously own experience, carries out experiments and thereby gets new insight into complex issues. An essential precondition is the curiosity of the learner. Since curiosity is pronounced discriminatively in different people, enormous importance is attached to the question of how learning arrangements have to be designed in order to promote this curiosity.
19Pedagogical methods 3Furthermore explorative learning also presumes the insight of the learner/s that learning can also be possible and meaningful without teacher/s. So competences of planning, carrying out and self-control are required, for what, however, a “coach” has to stand by on demand. This is warranted by the hybrid learning where attendance and online learning phases are mixed. “Blended learning” means hybrid learning arrangements which combine attendance learning and media-assisted education in a pedagogically meaningful way. At that one has to emphasize that in this process the technique has to serve the didactics and must not act as an end in itself.
20Criteria E-content must be reviewed by ten criteria: Correct The e-content has to be scientifically sound and uptodated.Structured The content has to follow a didactic concept.Emotional Learners should feel engaged and motivated.Adaptive Individual ways for students to learn.Interactive Motivate learners to work with the content.Communicative. Encourage learners to communicate each other.Reflexive Learners can check their own progress.Explorative Learning by exploring.Standardized. According to the IMS standard for learning platforms.Copyright And, in accordance with the law, no copyright infringement.