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Fall 2014
Oct 24, 2016
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EDE 6633 - E-Learning
This course examines teaching and learning and helps teachers to adopt the most current sources of information from Internet sites. The acquisition of new knowledge by the student in on-line searches and the development of collaborative and powerful research projects by students working in cooperative learning teams underscore the theories of learning and the research on the changing role of the teacher in a digital environment. Students engage in exploratory projects and present findings to the class in digital and web-based formats. Telecommunications has the potential to change the way we view both teaching and learning. Internet access in the classroom greatly enhances classroom resources. Teachers no longer have to rely on the limited and often out-of-date information found in textbooks. Telecommunications will be examined for its ability to open the door to a vast array of knowledge that is available to the teacher and to individual students. Students will use telecommunications to acquire knowledge through their own research. In the telecommunication environment, students will see how the classroom teacher's role shifts to that of facilitator and guide.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Education Division
Ed Admin, Leadership & Techn Department


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