|Author:||Professor Fred Lockwood,Derek Rowntree|
|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||Kogan Page; 1 edition (November 1, 1993)|
|Category:||Teaching and Education|
|Other formats:||rtf mbr txt lrf|
This practical handbook guides teachers in open and distance learning through the key phases of planning and developing materials for coursework
This practical handbook guides teachers in open and distance learning through the key phases of planning and developing materials for coursework. Each phase involves a specific sequence of development tasks, supported by background information, examples and checklists. PREPARING MATERIALS FOR OPEN, DISTANCE & FLEXIBLE LEARNING (Open and Distance Learning). 0749411597 (ISBN13: 9780749411596).
Preparing materials for Open, Distance and Flexible Learning: An Action Guide for Teachers and Trainers. The paper reports on the latest progress of an ongoing project entitled "E-Lectures", specifically on the delivery of recorded lectures via streaming video. A case study is described, covering the recording and publishing of two lectures for use by a cohort of 90 undergraduates.
Rowntree, Derek, (1994) Preparing materials for open, distance and flexible learning: an action guide for teachers and trainers, London: Kogan Page. Race, Phil, (1992) 53 interesting ways to write open learning materials, Bristol: Technical and Educational Services.
This practical book guides the open and distance learning practioner through all the key phases of planning and developing appropriate . On completing this book, readers will be ready to develop their own materials.
This practical book guides the open and distance learning practioner through all the key phases of planning and developing appropriate materials. Each phase involves a sequence of development tasks, and each task is supported by appropriate information, examples and checklists.
Rowntree, . 1994) Preparing materials for open, distance and flexible learning: an action guide for teachers and trainers, London: Kogan Page in association with the Institute of Educational Technology, Open University. Ref: LEN 37. N4991;2 Lecky Lending and PL-238-300 Stacks. 2000) The online teaching guide: a handbook of attitudes, strategies, and techniques for the virtual classroom, Boston,. London: Allyn and Bacon, Ref: PL-324-451 Stacks.
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Appendix 2: Annotated List of Open and Distance Learning Resources. Distance Education for Teacher Training: Modes, Models, and Methods. Appendix 3: List of Countries Referenced in This Guide. Appendix 4: References. Appendix 5: Interviews. Mary Burns Education Development Center, Inc. Washington, DC.
Student Retention in Online, Open and Distance Learning, Ormond Simpson (forthcoming) Supporting Students in. .
Student Retention in Online, Open and Distance Learning, Ormond Simpson (forthcoming) Supporting Students in Open and Distance Learning, Ormond Simpson Teaching with Audio in Open and Distance Learning, Derek Rowntree Teaching Through Projects, Jane Henry Towards More Effective Open and Distance Learning, Perc Marland Understanding Learners in Open and Distance Education, Terry Evans Using Communications Media In Open and Flexible Learning, Robin Mason.
Open and Distance Learning: Achievements and Challenges in a Developing Sub-Educational Sector in Africa. supplied Francophone Africa with not only teachers and lecturers, but also high caliber international functionaries (Biao, 1995). Open and distance learning was first known as Distance Learning before it became Open and Distance Learning ; indeed, the concept Distance Learning emerged from the idea of Distance Education which came from Correspondence Education which itself arose from Non-formal Education.
Technology, Open Learning. has been added to your Cart. This work provides a guide for policy-makers, education and training planners, senior education administrators, and teachers and trainers regarding the selection and use of modern technologies for open and flexible learning. It provides a practical decision-making framework, analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of each technology, and offering a comprehensive comparative cost analysis for each. The book ends with a vision of technology-based open learning for the 21st century. Series: Routledge Studies in Distance Education.