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  • 1. Myths to Debunk
  • 2. Myth
    01
    E-Learning is for any teacher
  • 3. Evaluate your readiness
    Use of ICT Tools
    Use of the Internet
    (Access and Comfort)
  • 4. E-learning requires a personal commitment
    Working online and doing class work
    Planning new course design
    Create new learning activities and assessment
    Learning a new technology (MOODLE)
    Dealing with new environment / style of pedagogy
  • 5. E-learning requires teachers to develop special skills in
    ICT
    Instructional design
    Media literacy
    Communication skills
  • 6. Myth
    02
    E-Learning is fit for any student
  • 7. Determine their readiness
    Students readiness for e-learning
    Access (place, time, frequency)
    Comfort
    Willingness to do online school activities
    They may be using Internet just for GAMES, EMAIL, CHAT
    School work may lessen their PLAY TIME
    Self-directed , Motivated
  • 8. Varied Learning Styles
  • 9. Myth
    03
    E-Learning is a magic solution
  • 10. E-learning wont instantly transform your students into scholars.
  • 11. Instructional Design is KEY
    Good e-learning that is "blended" requires that the classroom courses need to be redesigned.
    Good e-learning also requires good online facilitation and communication skills from the teacher
    control synchronous discussion and write good instructions.
  • 12. Potentials for Students
    Use of new technologies
    Increase student engagement
    Prepare themselves before coming to class
    Collaborative projects (presentations, reports, research)
    Students work with digital information
  • 13. Potentials for Students
    Self-evaluation (e-portfolios, journals, blogs)
    personal discussions (with teacher, classmates)
    peer tutoring / peer to peer communication
    class website available (schedules, materials, activities
    multiple options for learning
    Additional References
    immediate feedback and evaluation of progress
  • 14. Potentials for Teachers
    use of new technologies
    personal discussions with students or other teachers
    sharing of materials among teachers (teacher- teacher collaboration)
    reusable content, resources, media
  • 15. Potentials for Teachers
    Reach students with various learning styles
    Encourage active learning
    online quizzes and assignments
    innovative learning approaches
    course development
  • 16. Myth
    04
    E-Learning =
  • 17. Tendency is to associate all e-learning activities / concepts to what moodle offers.
    Other media can be brought in to moodle (embed)
    RSS Feeds, YouTube, SlideShare, Flash
  • 18. You may not even be using all tools moodle offers
    Some work for your subject area, some dont
  • 19. Myth
    05
    E-learning takes a "one-size-fits-all” approach
  • 20. Myth
    06
    E-Learning is time consuming to create
  • 21. Myth
    07
    E-Learning implies a“learner-centered education”
  • 22. Myth
    08
    E-Learning is impersonal
  • 23. E-Learning makes learning PERSONAL
  • 24. Myth
    09
    E-Learning means more free time for the teacher
  • 25. Myth
    10
    E-Learning will reduce the need for teachers
  • 26. Thank You! kiran.budhrani@delasalle.ph