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  • 1. AJIT SINGH
    ENGLISH TRAINER
  • 2. What is e-education?
    E-education involves e-teaching and e-learning along with the various administrative and strategic measures needed to support teaching and learning in an Internet environment.
  • 3. What is e-Teaching?
    It involves providing e-learning programs that instruct students to utilize the various Internet and Web technologies with the purpose of producing, facilitating, delivering, and conveying lifelong learning skills.
  • 4. What is e-learning?
    E-learning is learning which takes place as a result of experiences and interaction in an Internet environment. It is not restricted to a regular school day and can take place in a variety of locations including home, school and community locations e.g. libraries, cafes etc.
  • 5. Advantages of e-Education
    • Accessible Learning
    • 6. Borderless Education
    • 7. Maximisation of Learners
    • 8. Economical Education
    • 9. Quick Doubt demystification
    • 10. Mobile Education
    • 11. Open Learning
  • Challenges of e-Learning
    • Unmotivated learners or those with poor study habits may fall behind
    • 12. Lack of familiar structure and routine may take getting used to
    • 13. Students may feel isolated or miss social interaction
    • 14. Instructor may not always be available on demand
    • 15. Slow or unreliable Internet connections can be frustrating
    • 16. Managing learning software can involve a learning curve
    • 17. Some courses such as traditional hands-on courses can be difficult to simulate
  • Methods of e-education
    Classroom management systems (CMS)
    Video and audio
    Social Networking
    Open Educational Resources
    Online Tests/Simulations
  • 18. The future of e-learning is social learning
  • HAVE A HAPPY LEARNING