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Tele Learning: The Challenge for the Third Millenniumby Don Passey
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Many of the early issues in the field of telE-learning are now not only recognised but are being addressed, through professional and staff development routes, through innovative technological solutions, and through approaches and concepts that are better suited to particular educational contexts. TelE-LEARNING: The Challenge for the Third Millennium provides details of the most recent advances in this area, and covers issues concerned with: -the position of on-line learning in the development of the information society; -developments in virtual organisations, virtual institutes and virtual laboratories; -creation and development of interactive and adaptive context-aware learning environments using intelligent agents and cognitive style match; -integrating collaborative learning and collective competencies into on-line learning practices; -creation and development of e-learning portals, and concerns with inter-operability; -uses of on-line learning environments in diverse subjects, such as environmental education, mathematics and ICT; -changes with educational organisation and the impact of culture and culturation; -the role of case studies and models in teacher development of practice; -educational uses of broadcasting and web-based technology; -creation and development of assessment and computerised examination systems in on-line learning environments; -the role of team work, team learning and team teaching in on-line learning environments used for work-based purposes; -the role of on-line learning environments in parent-child relationships and rehabilitation situations; -a focus on shifts in female enrolment in computer science courses; -theories and concepts of telE-learning (including the application of activity theory and situated learning theory to on-line delivery and learning); -developments in appropriate research methodologies for on-line learning environments. TelE-LEARNING: The Challenge for the Third Millennium contains the edited proceedings of Stream 3 of the 17th World Computer Congress, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Montréal, Québec, Canada in August 2002.
Many of the early issues in the field of telE-learning are now not only recognised but are being addressed, through professional and staff development routes, through innovative technological solutions, and through approaches and concepts that are better suited to particular educational contexts. TelE-LEARNING: The Challenge for the Third Millennium provides details of the most recent advances in this area.
Table of Contents
IFIP And TC3. Foreword. Stream 3 International Programme Committee. The Challenge For The Third Millenium. Teacher Education (TED) Track - Invited Paper. Design Of Teacher E-Learning: The Scenario Model; B.B. Andresen. Teacher Education (TED) Track - Papers. Developing Technology Competencies Among Egyptian College Of Education Students; M.M. Aly. Co-Operative Parent-Child Learning: In Computerised Technological Environments; U. Armon. ICT-Supported Teaching And Learning: Some Priorities And Objectives For The Future; R.M. Bottino. Learning Aids And Learners' Activities In The Field Of Object-Oriented Modelling; T. Brinda, S.E. Schubert. Experiment Around A Training Engine; A. Brygoo, et al. Collaborative Learning Of Mathematics: Problem-Solving And Problem-Posing Supported By 'Knowledge Forum'; E. De Corte, et al. Teaching Historical Truth: Pages From The History Of Russian Computer Science; Y.I. Fet. Creating Technology Mentor Teachers Through A Digital Sabbatical Opportunity On-Line; C.P. Fulford, et al. Pedagogical ICT Licences: A Danish National Initiative To Offer Teachers Technology Literacy; U. GjØrling. Electronic Testing System; B. Gradinarova, O. Jelezov. Banjos On The Snowy: Implementing E-Activism In Education; L. Kelly, P. Nicholson. Streaming Technology - How Does It Affect Education? Report From A Project Using Satellite-Based Communication; A. Knierzinger, et al. National Strategy For Teacher Training In New ICT Use: The Ukrainian Case; V. Kolos. 5 Additional Chapters. Life-Long Learning - Professional Development (LL-PD) Track - Invited Paper. Life-Long Learning In Virtual Learning Organisations: Designing Virtual Learning Environments; T.J. Van Weert. Life-Long Learning - Professional Development (LL-PD) Track - Papers. Using Case Studies To Promote Life-Long Learning; R.M. Aiken, et al. Virtual Institute For The Modelling Of Industrial Manufacturing Systems: Integration Of On-Line And 'Face-To-Face' Learning In An International Platform For Teaching And Research; S. Cavalieri, et al. Quality Of Working Life, Knowledge-Intensive Work Processes And Creative Learning Organisations: Information Processing Paradigm Versus Self-Organisation Theory; K. Fuchs-Kittowski, F. Fuchs-Kittowski. Public And Private Partnerships For Intense E-Business Training; T. Gulledge, J. Sherwin. Adaptive Context-Aware Learning Environments: Live Spaces As A Basis For Life-Long Learning In Computer Science; G. Quirchmayr, J. Slay. Learning Environments And Responsibility: Three Types Of Learning Environments; M. Hezemans, M. Ritzen. Issues In The Organisational And Change Context For Innovations Using ICT In Higher Education; M. Saunders, et al.Cultural Differences Of Female Enrolment In Tertiary Education In Computer Science; B. Schinzel. 5 additional Chapters. Learning Technologies (LT) Track - Invited Paper. Modelling And Delivering Distributed Learning Environments; G. Paquette. Learning Technologies (LT) Track - Papers. A Distributed And Co-Operative Environment To Help The Rehabilitation Of Children With Down's syndrome; A.M.P. Almeida, F.M.S. Ramos. Information systems and educational engineering: Bridging two concepts through meta modelling M.-N. Bessagnet, et al. Emerging base for telE-learning in India; R.M. Bhatt, K. Subramanian. Web-adaptive training system based on cognitive student style; M.A.M. Souto, et al. A methodological and physical instrumentation to support experimentation in telE-learning; A. Dufresne, et al. How to change the unchanging? Restructuring Polish universities for the XXI century; R.R. Gajewski. The long-term trends in changing educational organisation in the Ukraine; S. Kudrjavtseva. Distributed Learning and Management System for University Courses; S. Liimatainen, T. Virtanen. An editing Tool Based On Cognitivism Theory To Support Distance Learning; R.G. Orbolato, V.P. De Almeida, et al. Learning High Level Programming In A Virtual Laboratory Using The Simulnet Educational Platform; P. Rodríguez, et al. Standardisation In Tele-Learning: A Critical Analysis; J. Santos, et al. E-PhD: A New Approach For Post-Graduate Studies In Developing Countries; M.T. Shalaby, et al. 5 additional Chapters. Author Index.
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