Category: <span>Pedagogical Development</span>

Category: Pedagogical Development

External Motivation Part 6: How tutors can motivate eLearners

The road to become an effective eLearner means gain the ability to use technology to her own advantage e.g. in order to able to create her own personal learning environment. Here is one of the fields where generation differences are shown as was indicated in this article-series first part. In …

External Motivation Part 5: How a tutor can motivate eLearners

The following four components show how tutors can motivate eLearners. They have been constructed after an analysis of several studies that is based on eLearners experience of online-learning. Despite significant differences in comparison with traditional education the tutor is a very important part in the learning-process according to eLearners. But …

External Motivation Part 4: Balance formal & informal learning

The successful e-course-tutor is a good marketer of the course’s different parts as well as technical tools and creates a ”culture” that encourage activity, give options to many alternative forms of support and shows the aims with the course. This means that the challenge for the tutor is to introduce …

Methods to evaluate education Part 1

The Kirkpatrick model and Learning Effectiveness Measurement (LEM) are two of the most well-established methods to evaluate results of educational investments. The methods has both strengths and weaknesses, however in this article’s second part I will describe third relatively new method, STUDENT (Enterprise Learning Evaluation of Value), that to a …

Basics about the art of creating interactive courses part 3

A crucial component to consider is user-friendliness and focus on pedagogy. The engines and the different forms of content structure that was described in part 1-2 of this series of articles thereby for collaborative method should be complemented. The process to go through an interactive course material with collaborative pedagogy …