LET'S LEARN

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<ul><li>1.Learning Outcomes: By the end of this class, student will be able to;2.Differentiate between e-learning and blendedlearning3.Know the E-Learning in school4.Know E-Learning in a public universities5.Know International E-Learning</li></ul> <p>2. Education no longer comes in rows andWhich One Youtextbooks, but from a Are? combination of sources. 3. Models of Learning1. Blended Learning1. Blended Learning 2. E- Learning 4. What is Blended Learning? Blended learning integrates face-to-face classroom time with online learning (facilitated at all times by a classroom teacher), combining the effectiveness and socialization of the classroom with technology- enhanced online materials. 5. The benefit from blended learning;i: It provides students with courses that wouldnt otherwise be available;ii: Teachers get near-instant student assessments and the opportunity toprovide their students with individualized instruction.iii: It gets students up to speed and on track, challenging talented studentsand engaging individual learners in differentiated instruction.iv: The technology component inherent in a blended learning environmentisnt merely an attractive distraction, but an integral approach to acquiringknowledge and engaging in curriculum thats simply second-nature fortodays 21st-century learner. 6. Example of Blended Learninghttp://www.apple.edu.my/blended-learning/http://www.courseforme.my/courses/aventis-blended-learning-courses 7. What is E-Learning? E-learning includes all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching. E-learning is the computer and network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge E-learning applications and processes include Web- based learning, computer-based learning, virtual education opportunities and digital collaboration Content is delivered via the Internet, intranet/extranet, audio or video tape, satellite TV, and CD-ROM. It can be self-paced or instructor-led and includes media in the form of text, image, animation, streaming video and audio 8. Are you connected? 9. E-Learning in School 10. NotSchool ModelsLearnersResearchesTeachersMentorThis Models was Subject-matters experts,support by; Governors 11. Notschool is a proven successful alternative to traditionaleducation Notschool is an international Online Learning Communityoffering an alternative to traditional education for youngpeople who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to engagewith school or other complementary provisions such as hometutoring or specialist units. Notschool.net is a full-time alternative provision;successfully demonstrating that young people for whomschool does not fit can renew their confidence in learningand gain a range of qualifications that recognise theirprogress. 12. Notschool.net is a last resort for young people disengagedfrom classroom learning because of:1. Illness or phobia2. Pregnancy3. Bullying or disaffection4. Travelling5. Reluctance to learn6. Exclusion7. In care 13. NotSchool is a good education system because: 1. Offer unlimited resources for any learners at any point they are requested2. Allow individual who want to share knowledge orexpertise to find those who would like to learn from them 3. Allow all who want to present an ideas, issue or resource to the public to be able to do so 14. E-Learning in a public university E-learning initiatives in Malaysia are being undertakenmainly by universities, colleges and business enterprises.The main players of e-learning are private and publicinstitutions of higher education as well as local andmultinational corporations. Apart from OUM, other institutions that embraces e-learning include Multimedia University (MMU),University Tun Abdul Razak (UNITAR),UniversitiPendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) and University TechnologyMalaysia (UTM) 15. e Learning@UTM Moodle Learning Environment.flv 16. Benefit of E-LearningThere are many benefits that can be derived from e-learning. Some of these areas listedbelow:1. Flexibility, Accessibility, ConvenienceLearners can access the materials in their own time and study at their own pace andplace.2. Cross platformLearners can access the content through window-based, Mac-based or UNIX-basedcomputers.3. Low delivery costsOnce e-content has been developed and uploaded on the server, it is relativelyinexpensive to distribute domestically and worldwide.4. Ease of updateIt enables the content to be easily and regularly updated and instantly available to alllearners.5. Collaborative learningE-learning promotes collaborative learning thus resulting in a more engaging and richerlearning experiences.6. ScalabilityContent can be delivered to a small or large number of learners with little effort. 17. Open university Malaysia openthe doors by NEW1. LEARNERS2. TUTORS3. PROGRAMMES4. PROCEDURES5. BUILDING6. IDEAS 18. Recommendation for better E-Learning in Malaysia1. Blended Approach in e-LearningThe term blended approach is used to describe the creation of a learning environmentthat combines several different delivery methods such as face-to-face interactions, self-paced and individualized learning and online interactions. OUM has taken theinitiative to introduce blended pedagogy to its learners. This has proven to be asuccessful delivery mode as can be seen by its popularity among our learners.2. Improving Accessibility and ConnectivityAccessibility and connectivity needs to be further improved. This can be achievedthrough the upgrading of technological infrastructure as well as the lowering of theaccess fees to a more affordable level.3. Mobile Learning InitiativesRealizing the widespread use of mobile devices in Malaysia, one of the ways toexpedite the acceptance of e-learning is to leverage on the use of mobile technologythat will facilitate mobile learning. Mobile learning will also help overcome theproblem of accessibility and connectivity. 19. 4. Establish National E-Learning CouncilIn order to ensure the success of e-learning in Malaysia, a National e- LearningCouncil needs to be set up to champion e-learning. The Council should be headed bythe Minister of Education and its members would comprise of representatives fromMinistry of Energy, Telecommunications and Multimedia, e-learning institutions andindustry. The role of the Council is to:1 develop policies and standard for e-learning initiatives2 create awareness of e-learning3 promote e-learning4 monitor e-learning practices5 initiate research in e-learning6 promote international collaborations in e-learningThe establishment of the Council will spur the growth of e-learning in the country andit will also make Malaysia the champion of e-learning in this region. 20. Examples of E-Learning programme in Malaysia </p>