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<ul><li> 1. LEARNING E-LEARNING APPROACHESMODELHOMEBENEFITSTOOLS CONCLUSIONE-LEARNINGEVI SOFIAWATI IMELDARIYANTI SISWODIHARJOLUNGGUH HALIRA VONTI</li></ul> <p> 2. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODELHOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSIONWHAT IS E-LEARNING?e-Learning is the use of technologyto enable people to learn anytimeand anywhere. 3. LEARNING E-LEARNING APPROACHESMODEL HOMEBENEFITS TOOLSCONCLUSIONLearning models will need to change INDUSTRIAL AGE DIGITAL AGELEARNING MODELLEARNING MODEL How do people learn in a digital environment? Is e-learning effective? Are learners ready? New learning model are needed 4. LEARNINGE-LEARNING APPROACHES MODEL HOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSION Traditional &amp; E-learning Approach Traditional and E-learning approachesTraditional ClassroomE-LearningClassroom Physical limited size Unlimited Synchronous Anytime, anywhereContent PowerPoint/transparency/etc Multimedia / simulation Textbooks/library Digital library Video On demand Collaboration Syn &amp; Asyn. CommunicationPersonalisation One learning path Learning path and pacedetermined by learner 5. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODEL HOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSION Convenient Media-rich self-service (mix and Easier to understand &amp; match) more engaging on-demand (anytime, Repeatableanywhere) As many times as you private learninglike self-paced Easier to monitorprogress flexibility: (modular less administrative work package) can be more precise 6. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODELHOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSION Time and cost savingE-learning can overcome thelimitations of times, distances, andresources. 7. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHESMODELHOME BENEFITSTOOLS CONCLUSION E-learning is defined by some experts in two ways. First, it includes all kind s of the utilization of ICT in instruction. Second, it is limited to the use of intranet and internet in teaching-learning process. 8. LEARNINGE-LEARNINGAPPROACHESMODEL HOME BENEFITSTOOLSCONCLUSIONIn order to make the application of e-learning iseffective there are four factors thatwe should take into consideration. The four factorsare:1. Learner.2. Learning materials.3. Learning atmosphere.4. Technology. 9. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODEL HOMEBENEFITSTOOLSCONCLUSIONE-mailEvery teacher should have an e-mail account Communicate with students , parents &amp; colleaguesSend &amp; receive students assignment Encourage a paperless environment Work efficiently &amp; effectively 10. LEARNING E-LEARNING APPROACHESMODELHOMEBENEFITSTOOLS CONCLUSIONChatSynchronous communication tool: -Students -Parents -ColleaguesMore student participationCollaborative learning 11. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODEL HOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSIONOnline ForumSynchronous discussionsGroup discussionsQuestions and requests for students to commentCommunity participationCollaborative learningFeedbacks from diverse culture 12. LEARNINGE-LEARNING APPROACHESMODEL HOME BENEFITSTOOLS CONCLUSIONWEBWide range of available teaching resourcesSharing of resourcesSupported by images, audio, simulationand multimedia 13. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHESMODEL HOMEBENEFITSTOOLSCONCLUSIONVideo ConferenceLive lecture supported by audio, chat and whiteboardCommunication with students &amp; parentsSharing of applicationsRecordable and reusable lecturesDemo 14. LEARNINGE-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODELHOME BENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSIONIn other words ICT and e-learning offers opportunity to raiseeducational standards in schools Large range of ICT tools are available forteaching and learning Closes the gap of Digital Divide Involvement of teachers and parents isimportant Schools will need funding, access and training 15. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODELHOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSIONE-LEARNINGFOR A GREENER WORLD 16. LEARNING E-LEARNINGAPPROACHES MODELHOMEBENEFITS TOOLS CONCLUSION THANK YOU FOR NOT SLEEPING </p>