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    • E-Learning and its Applicability at Basic Education Conducted by: Dr. Salim AlNaabi Presented by: Asma AlMoqbali Athra AlYazeedi Fatma AlAbri
    • Outline
      • Purpose
      • E-learning Dimensions at Basic Education.
      • E-school and its Components.
      • Implementing e-learning in Basic Education.
      • Proposal for Implementing E-Learning at Basic Education Schools.
    • Purpose
      • Develop a proposal to implement e-learning in basic education schools in Oman
    • E-learning Dimensions at Basic Education
    • E-school and its Components
      • E-school is a school that uses a website for serving the educational sector, where all school data and educational programs are available. This website is available over the internet and can be accessed by a modem.
    • Components of E-School
      • Intranet and Internet
      • Electronic Classrooms
      • Electronic Library
      • Administrative Programs
    • Implementing EL in Basic Education
      • E-learning depends on the applications of computer and internet to provide interactive-electronic environment, As following:
        • Using computer in learning and instruction.
        • Using computer in school administration.
        • Using internet in learning and instruction.
    • computer in learning& instruction.
      • Computer Management Instruction (CMI).
      • Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI).
      • Tutorial.
      • Drill &Practice
      • Instruction Games.
      • Simulation.
      • Computer-based problem solving.
    • Computer in School Administration.
      • Students registration and distribution.
      • Students profiles systems.
      • Prepare study schedules (lectures, theaters, instructors).
      • Administration and registration.
      • personnel affairs.
      • Library system.
    • Using internet in learning and instruction.
      • Using internet as:
        • source of information.
        • Supplementary source.
        • Blended learning.
        • Fully online.
    • Suggested Proposal
      • Project Scope
      • Project Objectives
      • Resources
      • Procedures
      • Difficulties and Obstacles
      • Recommendations
    • Suggested Proposal
      • Project Scope:
        • integrating technology and internet in school system
        • One virtual classroom for each subject and an educational website for each teacher
        • A website for each school
        • Using school management system
    • Suggested Proposal
      • Project Objectives:
        • Introducing effective teaching methods
        • Maintaining communication channels between school and community
        • Offering variety of learning resources
        • Training students on interactive technologies
        • Encouraging the participation in international cooperative projects
      • .
      • Resources:
        • Project funding from the ministry, special sector and citizens.
        • Required infrastructure ( computer software/hardware, school LAN, internet, LCD projectors…).
        • Provide needed software such as: Macromedia Author ware, presentation programs, School management and school schedule systems.
        • Continuous technical support and maintenance.
    • Project procedures
      • Project Orientation
      • Disseminating computers to all schools with Network  smart class for each subject
      • Train teachers on e-learning skills:
        • Using computers
        • Serfing the web
        • Design computer based lessons
        • Integrating educational technologies into the curriculum
      • 4. Prepare schools administrations to participate on the project:
        • Enter students and teachers records on school management software
        • Use school timetable software
        • Develop website for each school
        • Define e-mail address for each school
      • 5. Produce the educational materials needed:
        • CDs for each subject
        • Websites links related to each subject
        • Educational website for each subjects includes:
      • 6. Teaching via E-learning
        • Using computer linked to LCD
        • Using internet
        • Self paced learning
        • Cooperative learning
        • Project based learning  requires internet
      • 7. Evaluate and monitor the project implementation
    • Difficulties
      • Ambiguity of e-learning definition and its strategies to education administrators
      • The need for capital cost to build the needed infrastructure
      • Teachers not aware of the importance of e-learning and have no experience on
      • Lack of arabic educational software and websites.
    • Recommendations
      • Prepare the needed infrastructure
      • Train teachers on using e-learning strategies in their teaching
      • Integration between teaching subjects and websites.
      • Train teachers on designing their own websites.
      • Design experimental e-learning course and evaluate its effectiveness.
      • Perceiving e-learning as a mean to improve education.