e-Learning for Kenya 24nov09

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Presentation/workshop for a delegation of the Ministry of Education from Kenya.

This workshop was hosted by Stoas in Wageningen on November 24.

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e-Learning for Kenya 24nov09

  1. 1. e-Learning? What/Why/how? A very warm welcome!
  2. 2. Today! 1. Who is Who? 2. What is Learning? 3. What is e-Learning? 4. Examples of e-Learning? 5. Learning environment?
  3. 3. 1. Who is Who
  4. 4. Marcel de Leeuwe
  5. 5. 1.5 What do Youwant to know
  6. 6. 2. What is Learning
  7. 7. 2. What is learning? • Please write down, with your neighbour, what your definition is of ‘learning’
  8. 8. 2. What is learning?
  9. 9. 3. What is e- Learning
  10. 10. E-reading?
  11. 11. Blended Learning • What comes up to mind?
  12. 12. individual group F2F distance synchronous asynchronous open structured formal informal
  13. 13. 4. Examples of e- Learning
  14. 14. Yourexamples?
  15. 15. Tax and customs Administration • Trailer parks: Not paying taxes • Ministry of Finance • 15,000 people • (re)Learn Formal Law
  16. 16. Expert 'Guard' Digital assessment Selfstudy Workshop VLESyllabus Cases with DVD Coach Teacher
  17. 17. 5. Learning Environment
  18. 18. L(C)MS
  19. 19. Applications • ELO / LMS • CMS management • LCMS • Authoring systems • Mediaproduction systems production • Communication systems • Extra extra
  20. 20. LMS: Moodle Learning Learning Learning content content content
  21. 21. LMS: Moodle Learning content Learnin Learnin gconte gconte nt nt Learnin Learnin Learnin gconte gconte gconte Learnin nt nt nt gconte nt Learnin Learnin Learnin gconte gconte gconte nt
  22. 22. Open source Bake in a pre-heated oven of * 230 degrees Centigrade, 4.95 € * 430 degrees Fahrenheit, * Gas Mark 8 for approx 10 minutes and then * 190 degrees Centigrade, * 375 degrees Fahrenheit, * Gas Mark 5 for an additional 20 min Commercial software Open Source software
  23. 23. Different choices • Open Source is not the same as FREE Sources open Sources closed Commercial Red Hat Linux Microsoft BlackBoard Free Linux MSN Moodle Freeware
  24. 24. Charateristics Commercial Open source Closed Free 1. Mission $$$$$ Create good, free and adjustable software 2. Based on company Based on community Organisation 3. Sources License and Code available with software protected few restrictions
  25. 25. Fe-ConE • 2 year R&D project • To define guidelines for multicultural e-Learning • Funded by EU
  26. 26. Didactical approach • Collaborative learning – Learning environment (Moodle) – 6 weeks – 4 activities per week
  27. 27. Learning = …..! Marcel de Leeuwe I www.stoas.nl I mdl@stoas.nl

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