Maarten Cannaerts

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  • Dear Maarten,

    Thanks for the presentation. It is a real motivation to me.

    Even though I did not see the slide on my screen, I have one preoccupation:

    Effective service delivery remains a problem particularly in developing world. At the dawn of the era of the NTIC, Governments must learn to communicate with, work with and manage customers (private and voluntary sectors) in order to invest in improving and developing infrastructure and public service delivery.

    What strategies can to adopted in areas where energy supply, as of now, is inexistence and the e-learning service has to be enjoyed by the staff of the organisation?

    Barnabas Akahkuh
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Maarten Cannaerts

  1. 1. <ul><li>Maarten Cannaerts </li></ul><ul><li>Campus De Nayer </li></ul><ul><li>Flemish Dept. of education </li></ul><ul><li>Tags : teacher training, social software, millenium generation </li></ul><ul><li>www.slideshare.com/maartencannaerts </li></ul><ul><li>www.furl.net/members/maartencannaerts </li></ul>
  2. 2. 1 . Added value of e -learning?
  3. 3. 1 . More learning 2. Better learning
  4. 4. We want More learning
  5. 5. We want More learning Learning is key to all problems (A waiter with better education sells more beer !)
  6. 6. Life long learning – reach older learners – higher participation rates – combine work/study – reach minority groups – onthejob learning – upskilling of competencies – reach millenium generation… 1 . More learning
  7. 7. The classroom paradigm isn’t scalable
  8. 8. 2. Better learning
  9. 9. 2. Better learning Learning in 2000 is different from learning in 1900.
  10. 10. 2. Better learning Learning in 2000 is different from learning in 1900. Information literacies, global education, constructing knowledge, networking…
  11. 11. Talking about ‘good’ e-learning = talking about good ‘learning’
  12. 12. 2 . Biggest challenge in e -learning?
  13. 13. Move from…
  14. 15. “ sit down and shut up” “ we will save money” “ we won’t need teachers” Move from…
  15. 16. Move from… … to…
  16. 18. Move from… … to… “ can I join please?” Feedback, group dynamics, personal trajects, adaptive environments, link with own experiences and interests…
  17. 19. 3 . Myths of e -learning?
  18. 20. Myth #1: “ we will save money”
  19. 21. Myth #2: “ e-learning = isolated learning”
  20. 22. 4 . How to start using e -learning?
  21. 23. Method 1: top down
  22. 24. Method 2: bottom-up
  23. 25. Method 3: the right way
  24. 26. There is no single right way There is no uniform right way
  25. 27. <ul><li>Careful blend. Start from experiments, feed them, give them room + make sure the findings are translated. COMMUNICATE ! Listen to problems, but don’t fear discussion. EXPERIMENT ! Raise expectations. SUPPORT ! Project management. Budget! LEARN ! Vision = long term! Consistency! Make room for differences in speed. Who does what? Support from management, manage change, BENEFITS … … … … </li></ul>
  26. 28. COMPLETE the puzzle!
  27. 29. Enjoy the course! [email_address]

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