By Francisco Jose Garcia Penalvo
Web-based education, often called e-learning, has skilled a good evolution and development lately, because the potential for schooling is not any longer restricted via actual and time constraints. The emergence of the sort of prized studying instrument mandates a entire overview of the effectiveness and implications of e-learning.
Advances in E-Learning: studies and Methodologies explores the technical, pedagogical, methodological, educational, felony, and emotional facets of e-learning, contemplating and examining its assorted software contexts, and supplying researchers and practitioners with an cutting edge view of e-learning as a lifelong studying instrument for students in either educational spheres.
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Three well known and reliable measures, Riding’s Cognitive Styles Analysis (Riding & Rayner, 1998), Entwistle’s Approaches and Study Skills Inventory for Students (Tait, Entwistle, & McCune, 1998), and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Myers, McCaulley, Quenk, & Hammer, 1999) were used to develop the cognitive profile. Computer-based and self-report tests for each of the above measures were administered to a group of 64 students participating in a human computer interaction unit. The results of the tests were made available to the students within one week of each measure being administered.
Flexible student alignment focuses on the learner and considers alignment from the student perspective. As suggested above, a close fit and tight-coupling between the student and the PELE as e-learning support system plus the facility for loose coupling and flexibility between the PELE and the university as e-learning environment enables students to better align themselves with the different teaching-learning environments encountered. In this way, using RAPAD to enable flexible student alignment allows the student to exercise individual flexible alignment.
This combination of changes (and reductions in student per capita funding) has meant that new methods of teaching and learning have become necessary. Technology is seen as a major enabler, but the learning is still done by the student, aided by good teaching. This means we need student-centred learning systems rather than technology-centred systems. The changes have been placed in a broad context above and will be focused on at the individual level with reference to learning and to organisations in general and universities in particular.
Advances in E-Learning: Experiences and Methodologies by Francisco Jose Garcia Penalvo