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IMPLEMENTING E-LEARNING AND COMBINED TRAINING METHODS TO INVOLVE A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENTS Danil Dintsis Ph. D. www.ddintsis.comwww.ddintsis.com, www.i-mokymas.comwww.i-mokymas.com.

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Presentation on theme: "IMPLEMENTING E-LEARNING AND COMBINED TRAINING METHODS TO INVOLVE A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENTS Danil Dintsis Ph. D. www.ddintsis.comwww.ddintsis.com, www.i-mokymas.comwww.i-mokymas.com."— Presentation transcript:

1 IMPLEMENTING E-LEARNING AND COMBINED TRAINING METHODS TO INVOLVE A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENTS Danil Dintsis Ph. D.

2 BRIEF ABOUT THE PRESENTER  Ph. D. in System Analysis (Doctorate degree, ISCED verified)  Ph.D. in Technical management (Candidate degree, ISCED verified)  Human – machine interaction specialist  Portfolio manager and project director in e-learning and IT consulting at the Specialist center at BMSTU in Moscow and the Ismanusis Mokymas in Vilnius, teacher and coach for 15+ years  IAMCP (International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners) EMEA Board member

3 WHAT IS THE GOAL OF THE PRESENTATION  Deliver a brief on my experience in launching training methods  Find colleagues and share experiences in the EU community  Find points of common professional interest  Improve my scientific and professional experience  Deliver projects and trainings as “guest lecturer”  VU “guest professor/lecturer” program  Impressive results of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics and the Informatics Methodology dept.  Wide range of successful international high education programs in Lithuania and VU

4 LIFE LONG EDUCATION IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY PORTFOLIO LEAD: COMBINED TRAINING FORMATS

5 LAUNCH IN FIRST CRISIS WAVE, 2009  Decrease of corporate trainings  Increase number of self-payed students  Travel and accommodation expenses  Number of students total decrease

6 Student Introvert Shy ExtrovertSelf-organizedSloven EXAMPLE: PSYCHOLOGICAL TREE

7 NEW AND OLD DEMANDS  Learn and work  Brief training programs – learn only “what I need here and now”  Repeat training material after the training ends  Individual training tempo from highly intensive 3-5 all day long studies to one class per week.  A trainer “is my lead”, a student needs his/her advices and motivation actions не получать избыточных сведений («дайте мне только то, что мне нужно»)  Different demands for visual/audio/text training materials  Labs, practices and cases are the MUST items of the learning process  Prestigious certificate for career development

8 LEARNING SUPPORT TOOLS DEMANDS  On- and offline studies  Based on different platforms, i.e. browsers, smartphone apps  Search engine  Collaboration by course and inside a certain group

9 DEMAND ANALYSIS  Develop analytical structure :  Psychological types  Computer awareness  Course species  Student’s location  Analyze external restrictions and assumptions  Develop training methods  Choose start point  Combine different methods  Train the trainer and the administrative staff

10 LEARN ANYWHERE – OFFLINE REGIME WANTED  On trip  At home  On vacations  At a workplace

11 «INCLASS» WEBINAR BY “SPECIALIST” CENTER

12 MAIN FEATURES OF “INCLASS” WEBINAR  Students in a class and ay webinar study together and simultaneously  Both categories collaborate under trainer supervising  Training materials and lab environment are the same

13 WEBINAR INCLASS ADVANTAGES  For students:  Study in a comfortable environment  Worth for people with disabilities  Decrease travel expenses  Communicate with colleagues worldwide  For an educational organization:  More students in class  Wider group activities  Recordings fpr second use and for control  Trainer self control

14 COMBINED CLASS & SELF STUDY

15 THE METHOD MAIN FEATURES  Provide a kick-off lesson  Use webinar recordings and e-materials for self studies  One study per week/fortnight in class  Common finish

16 CLASS AND SELF STUDY ADVANTAGES  For students:  Worth for busy people  Worth for well-organized students  The method is more friendly to students  It’s cheaper  For educational organization:  Reuse of webinar recordings and training materials  Extend training schedule (for example, once a week on Saturdays or after work day time)  Worth for long-term educational programs (MBA, second high education)

17 OPEN TRAINING

18 EXAMPLE: OPEN GROUP A single class group contains many virtual groups Number of students, total Number of webinar students Network Infrastructure62 Database administer31 Network security31 Database indexing42 …1 Total166

19 OPEN TRAINING ADVANTAGES  For student  Personal tempo  Worth for introverts and shy people  Individual communication with a teacher  Appropriate training schedule  For educational organization  Reuse of webinar recordings and e-learning materials  Full classes  Individual contact with students

20 TELECONFERENCES / VIRTUAL CLASS

21 TELECONFERENCE STUDY ADVANTAGES  For students:  No travels  Comfortable environment  Teacher’s control  Visual contact and collaboration with all group members  For educational organization  Low expenses  High level of student’s involvement and control

22 TRAINING METHOD CHOICE Training methods / Demands Class based WebinarOpen training Combined class and self Fast training *** - Cheap training ******* Personal tempo ******* Slovens ******* Introverts ******** Extroverts *****-* Live far ***

23 EXAMPLE: TECHNICAL TOOLS CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM MultiFunctional EasyToUse

24 COMPUTER USER SKILLS  By professional specialization  Technical and information areas  Humanitarian  Economics  Art and design  Management  By age  generation “Y”  Generation “X”

25 COMMUNICATION TOOLS High Quality Internet Broadband demands

26 TOOLS EXAMPLES  Cisco webex  Citrix GoTo platform  Adobe Connect  Microsofft LYNC  TrueConf Teleconferences

27 ADOBE CONNECT: SYNCHRONOUS CHAT RECORDING

28 CISCO WEBEX: THE MOST POWERFUL

29 CITRIX GOTO…: EASY TO USE

30 MICROSOFT LYNC: FINE TO NTEGRATE

31 MORE…  Lab and practices tools  Mass webinars  MOOCs  LMS systems

32 MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS  More than webinar students during 5 years, 7-8% of total number  More than open training students during 3 years,  10+ long term programs (second high education) in class & self study format  Students around the clock from Russia to new Zealand, and from Japan to Argentina  LERN awards 2010 and 2011  Microsoft – IAMCP “Enter the Cloud” competition 1 st prize  Citrix partner success story (website and facebook published)  IAMCP EMEA best practice in partner involvement tools in 2013

33 LOOKING FOR FURTHER COLLABORATION!  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Danil_Dintsis/   Q&A AND CONTACTS

34 THANK YOU!


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