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Educational Communication and e-Learning


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  • 1. Educational Communication and e-Learning Prof. Lorenzo Cantoni
  • 2. People Presentation
    • Professor : Lorenzo Cantoni
    • Collaborator : Succi Chiara
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    • Participants : We all
    • Communication : Teaching Aids
    • Class Schedule:
    • Monday 15:00-16:30
    • 30 Minutes Break
    • 17:00-18:30
  • 3. Vision
    • Reasons to attend this course:
    • Use of High Rank Officials:
      • Managers Use Educational Communication To Teach the Workers in Offices and Factories.
    • Knowledge Society:
      • Modern Knowledge Society Exchange their Views and Knowledge through E – Learning
    • Technologies for Educational Communication
      • People involved in the Development of Systems for Educational Communications need to know the ins and outs of Educational Communication and E – Learning.
  • 4. Mission & Goal
    • 1st layer:
      • Explicit / Declarative Knowledge: “To know that...”
        • Example: I know that Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh.
    • 2nd layer:
      • Implicit / Operational Knowledge/ Know-How/ Skill
        • Example: Swimming, Speaking, Thinking JAVA, Driving, etc.
    • 3rd layer:
      • Attitude
        • Example: To be Patient, Collaborative, Positive, Committed, Aware of …, etc.
    Knowledge - Know-how - Attitude  GOAL
  • 5. Methodologies & Tools
    • Methodology
      • Lectures (topic presentation and discussion)
      • Readings (Referred Papers/Articles + Blogs)
      • (during the period of the course).
      • Slides
    • Tools
      • COL3 : (
  • 6. Describing a Course
    • Study load (credits / CFU / ECTS)
    • Contents
    • Pre-requisites (Informatics knowledge, English language ability for this course)
    • Vision
    • Mission
    • Goals
    • Calendar / time table
    • Activities
    • People & Roles (Professor, teaching activities etc)
    • Learning tools / Aids / Books & Bibliography
    • Space (teaching room)
    • Evaluation & Testing
    • Special Gear
    • Special rules (distance learning & e-learning needs to know the rules)
    • Fees
  • 7. How do we learn? We Learn by … There is a consistency between Example and Verbalization. What you say and what you do, it should be perfectly aligned. Experience: Pedagogic contract- needs knowledge to describe the world and my desire in order to reach in an interaction. Verbalization: Learning about atoms, neutrons, anatomy etc. Experience: By others Modelling: karate movements, sports, target shooting, play piano, fishing, working with woods, stones, etc. Experience: By Ourselves Example: Look, watch, listen & behave accordingly. Within 6 years we learn a lot by example like watching others Speaking, Dancing, etc.
  • 8. Communication Model 1/2 Communication is a kind of Interaction which is needed in different levels. Interactive Model by Human Activities Scenario: Drinking a Cup of Coffee in a Bar Knows The World Thinks of a possible State We want it [ Describe World ] [ Describe our desires ] Chain of Activites to Reach The Bar & Order The Coffee
  • 9. Communication Model 2/2 Scenario: Drinking a Cup of Coffee in a Bar named GIGI Knows The World Thinks of a possible State I want it Knows The World Thinks of a Possible State I want it Interaction (Language to Manage Interaction) Chain of Activities Fight Bargain Collaboration
  • 10. Calendar
  • 11. Evaluation
    • Explicit Knowledge will be tested by exam
    • Implicit Knowledge will be evaluated by a project (Described and evaluated through structural process)
    • Marks Distribution
      • 10% (up to 3) slide preparation
      • 30% (up to 9) group work and presentation
      • 60% (up to 18) written exam
        • an example will be presented in class
        • both marks have to be sufficient
  • 12. Bibliography
    • ASTD and The Masie Center (2001) E-Learning: “If We Build It, Will They Come?”, Alexandria, Va: ASTD.
    • Eppler, M. J., & Mickeler, F. (2003). The evaluation of New Media education: key questions of an e-Learning measurement strategy. In Cantoni, L. and Schulz, P. (eds.), Studies in Communication Sciences (SComS), 4 [special issue on New media in education]: 39-59.
    • Lepori, B., Cantoni, L. and Rezzonico, S. (eds.) (2005). EDUM eLearning Manual. NewMinE report 3, University of Lugano.
    • Masie Center (2003) Making Sense of Learning Specifications & Standards: A Decision Maker's Guide to their Adoption (2nd edition), available online at:
    • Schulmeister, R. (2003). Taxonomy of multimedia component interactivity: a contribution to the current metadata debate. In Cantoni, L. and Schulz, P. (eds.), SComS, 4 [special issue on New media in education]: 61-80.
    • Weinberger, A. & Mandl, H. (2003). Computer-mediated knowledge communication. In Cantoni, L. and Schulz, P. (eds.), SComS, 4 [special issue on New media in education]: 81-105.
    • All relevant posts on the following blog: (during the period of the course).
    • Slides and other materials on COL3
  • 13. Prepared By
    • Islam Muhammad Nazrul ID # 681918
    • Shill Pintu Chandra ID # 707775
    • Ferdous Md. Jannatul ID # 707241
    • Rahman Syed Ziaur ID # 707242
    • Mahmood Md Iqbal ID # 707243