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Chapter3 Bonk Meherun


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The power point presentation is on The World Is Open where Curtis Bonk has researched on the possibilities of blended e-learning throughout the world.

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Chapter3 Bonk Meherun

  1. 1. E-Demand Around the GlobeChapter 3Blended E-Learning Learning &A Course Funeral?<br />MeherunNesa<br />February 14th, 2010<br />MIDT 1st Batch<br />
  2. 2. How did school treat Einstien?<br />He did outstandingly well in physics and mathematics, but failed the non-science subjects, doing especially badly in French - so he was initially not accepted at the Federal Polytechnic Academy.<br />Could facilities afforded by Web 2.0 have helped Einstien learn the non-science subjects in his own way?<br />
  3. 3. Does Learning need to be imposed?<br />70 – 80% of what we learn takes place outside the formal classroom.<br />What might happen if informal learning could be blended with formal classroom learning, i.e. learn what you want/need as well as be guided by the good disciplines of formal learning?<br />How could such learning be facilitated?<br />
  4. 4. D/E – Diverse Delivery Avenues<br />
  5. 5. E-Learning in For Profit Universities<br />
  6. 6. E-Learning in Schools<br />
  7. 7. International E-Learning <br />
  8. 8. Benefits<br />Greater outreach<br />Reaching learners left out – drop-outs, adults, job holders, women, financially deprived, disadvantaged, handicapped…<br />Flexible learning that demands more writing and development of job oriented skills<br />Development of self-reliance & independence.<br />Globally connected education<br />Learning through sharing, caring & connecting.<br />Life long learning.<br />
  9. 9. Things holding the World back<br />Adherence to traditional packaged courses.<br />Authentication, accreditation of online learning.<br />Content dumping on the net.<br />Boring content.<br />Intelligent searching facilities.<br />Lack of pedagogical considerations in organizing material on the net.<br />Lack of infrastructure in developing countries.<br />
  10. 10. E-Learning Promises Gold…<br />Online mentors with open minds.<br />Instructors with collaborative learning management skills.<br />Interactive, engaging content.<br />Accreditation & authentication systems.<br />New technology methods to reach people in developing countries.<br />Design to consider learning problems of people in developing countries.<br />
  11. 11. A more tolerant, bettereducated world!<br />Synthesis of Chapter 3,<br />The World is Open<br />Curtis Bonk<br />