Alan Clarke (2004, p. 1) state in e-Learning Skill that e-Learning is the term to covering some of approximation in information and communication technologies.
Then he continue his statement (2004, p. 6) that e-Learning is a new development and it’s has characteristics. The characterictics are : improve the confidence in casual setting, a good attitude to study, self-aware, doing the good soft skills, easy to adapt the situation.
“ how technology could be used to complement and enhance the nine categories of teaching strategies. The authors group technology into five genres – word processing applications, organizing and brainstorming software, multimedia, data collection tools,and Web resources – and provide examples of how these various types of technology supported the nine categories of strategies.” (Howard Pitler, 2007, p. 11)
“Communication software, such as blogs, wikis, e-mail, instant messaging (IM), and video conferencing, can provide timely, interactive, and criterion-based feedback to students. Each of these types of software has distinct classroom application. there’s email, which provides a written record of two way communication that is easy to archive. Finally, while video conferencing has been used mostly for distance learning and teacher professional development, its use in K-12 education is growing. Because video conferences allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions simultaneously, they serve to connect rural communities, distant classrooms, and experts with learning sources and classes from around the world. (Howard Pitler E. R., 2007, p. 53)
Clarke, A. (2004). e-Learning Skills. New York: Palggrave Macmillan Ltd.
Clarke, A. (2004). e-Learning Skills. New York: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
Howard Pitler, E. R. (2007). Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works. Denver: Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning ( McREL).
Howard Pitler, E. R. (2007). Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works. Denver: Mid-continent REsearch for Education and Learning.