Easy Enjoyable Effective E Learning

Author: Takao Shimomura
Editor: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781604566345
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This book illustrates an "Easy", "Enjoyable", "Effective" e-Learning system called "Apty" (Automated Practice & Test System). Today, the Internet is just as available in homes as it is in companies, schools and anywhere else where broad-band communication lines are available. This establishes the social environments for e-Learning. However, under present circumstances, e-Learning systems cannot be used without conditions. The spread of e-Learning in elementary schools, junior high schools, senior high schools, colleges and universities is not wide enough. There are a number of issues with current e-learning systems: there are difficulties in installing and administering e-Learning systems; the development of courseware is time-consuming; educators are often forced to use ready-made products; student-users need to perform several operations to reach their desired page of interest because of the complexity of current e-Learning systems; and finally, quality e-Learning systems are costly. This book is divided into three parts: Introduction, Advanced, and Expert. The introduction part explains the general functions of the Apty system. Although the Advanced and Expert parts may require background information in certain cases, nearly all functions of the Apty system can be utilised according to the instructions outlined in this book. The Apty system is "enjoyable". Students can enjoy studying with the Apty system. The system randomly chooses questions from the pool of those previously created and stored. Each time students log in, they can practice a few new questions in a short time. In practice drills and examinations that consist of a series of short quizzes, those top ten scores appear in a subject home page, and anyone can view these scores without logging in. Since the top ten practice scores can be summarised for each week or even for each day, it is possible for anyone to get the top score. The order of the top ten scores changes very often. This can encourage students to study hard by competing with each other.

Michael Allen S Guide To E Learning

Author: Michael W. Allen
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119046335
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Explore effective learning programs with the father of e-learning Michael Allen's Guide to e-Learning: Building Interactive, Fun, and Effective Learning Programs for Any Company, Second Edition presents best practices for building interactive, fun, and effective online learning programs. This engaging text offers insight regarding what makes great e-learning, particularly from the perspectives of motivation and interactivity, and features history lessons that assist you in avoiding common pitfalls and guide you in the direction of e-learning success. This updated edition also considers changes in technology and tools that facilitate the implementation of the strategies, guidelines, and techniques it presents. E-learning has experienced a surge in popularity over the past ten years, with education professionals around the world leveraging technology to facilitate instruction. From hybrid courses that integrate technology into traditional classroom instruction to full online courses that are conducted solely on the internet, a range of e-learning models is available. The key to creating a successful e-learning program lies in understanding how to use the tools at your disposal to create an interactive, engaging, and effective learning experience. Gain a new perspective on e-learning, and how technology can facilitate education Explore updated content, including coverage regarding learner interface, gamification, mobile learning, and individualization Discuss the experiences of others via targeted case studies, which cover good and not so good e-learning projects Understand key concepts through new examples that reinforce essential ideas and demonstrate their practical application Michael Allen's Guide to e-Learning: Building Interactive, Fun, and Effective Learning Programs for Any Company, Second Edition is an essential resource if you are studying for the e-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program.

A New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The German Language

Author: F. Ahn
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Ahn S New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The German Language

Author: Franz Ahn
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A New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The German Language

Author: Franz Ahn
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A New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The Portuguese Language

Author: Lopes de Cabano
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New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The German Language

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Report Of The Committee Second Sixty Fourth Report Of The Directors Annual Report Of The Directors And Officers Fifth Biennial Report 82d And 83d Annual Reports Of The Connecticut Asylum American Asylum For The Education And Instruction Of Deaf And Dumb Persons Of The American School At Hartford For The Deaf Etc

Author: American School, at Hartford, for the Deaf (HARTFORD, Connecticut)
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A New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The Danish And Norwegian Language

Author: H. Lund
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A New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning The Latin Language After The System Of F Ahn From The Germ By A H M 1st Course

Author: Johann Heinrich P. Seidenstücker
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A New Practical And Easy Method Of Learning Ther German Language

Author: Franz Ahn
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Michael Allen S Online Learning Library Successful E Learning Interface

Author: Michael W. Allen
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118036853
File Size: 25,78 MB
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Michael Allen's e-Learning Library Most e-learning that is produced for classroom training is created using instructional models that were introduced more than thirty years ago. To update design solutions for today's online learners, Michael Allen's e- Learning Library offers a review of the basics of instructional design and then lifts the lid on some common misconceptions that arise from what people think they know about ISD. Michael Allen's e- Learning Library is designed to help use time and resources effectively and to build the best e-learning experiences possible. Filled with illustrative examples, the book is pragmatic and contains easy-to-apply solutions. Successful e-Learning Interface is the third book in the Michael Allen's e-Learning Library series. Using this hands-on resource will maximize your CEO impact—connect, empower, and orchestrate. You will understand how to connect with your learners, how to empower learners to make the most of e-learning's capabilities, and how to orchestrate learning events. Praise for Michael Allen's e-Learning Library "Once again Michael Allen has zeroed in on a critical, yet often overlooked, aspect of e-learning development. This book sheds light on the importance of learner interface design, and offers readers clear guidelines for designing interfaces that support the learner and increase impact. It will be a valuable asset for any e-learning developer who is committed to producing truly world-class e-learning." —David Holcombe, president and CEO, The eLearning Guild and publisher, Learning Solutions Magazine "With this easy-to-apply and practical book, Michael Allen raises the bar on creating exceptional e-learning experiences." —Lance Dublin, CEO and chief solution architect, Dublin Consulting "Michael Allen continues to be a strong voice in the e-learning industry. The topics addressed in this book are especially timely, helping the creators of training appeal to a new generation of learners while addressing the concerns of more mature learning audiences." —Jennifer Hofmann, president, InSync Training and author, The Synchronous Trainer's Survival Guide and Tailored Learning: Designing The Blend That Fits

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Author: American School for the Deaf, Hartford
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A Concordance To The Holy Scriptures Of The Old And New Testaments

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Making Learning Stick

Author: Barbara Carnes
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1562866796
File Size: 50,97 MB
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Make Learning Stick is a practical, easy-to-use resource aimed at helping trainers hit the sweet spot of training application on the job. Author Barbara Carnes offers a treasure trove of techniques based on 26 years of experience. The book contains detailed step-by-step instructions for each of the 20 techniques along with dozens of variations likely to suit any training situation. Additional examples are provided on an associated website and are available for downloading.

E Learning Made Easy

Author: Pete Dulany
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The COVID-19 pandemic shook teachers, students, and parents right to the core and changed the way we think about teaching and learning. Is your school asking the right questions? In e-Learning Made Easy, you'll learn how: e-Learning is similar to "flipping the classroom" e-Learning lesson plans are similar to substitute teacher plans Keeping lessons interesting is critical to e-Learning success Free choice activities can make extended e-Learning environments more tolerable How communication plays a vital role in e-Learning success You'll also learn: Which tools to use for recording your e-Learning lessons Why teaching too much content over a video call is a bad idea Tools to make e-Learning more interactive for students What to do when things go wrong How e-Learning still fits into the SAMR model And much more! Pete Dulany is an author, speaker, teacher, and technology trainer. For the past ten years, he's helped teachers across the world use technology to improve classroom instruction through virtual trainings and on-site workshops. e-Learning doesn't have to be complicated. Learn how to effectively use technology tools to support students and parents, and how to navigate through common pitfalls when setting up e-Learning plans. This guide is written in a friendly conversational style for teachers and administrators, by a teacher. You'll be an e-Learning pro in no time after reading e-Learning Made Easy.