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Learning Strategies

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Learning Strategies

Internet-enabled learning includes the delivery of diversified formatted information , management of learning experience and increasing the opportunities of communication among learners . Foreman (2003 ) underlines that both asynchronous and synchronous environments help instructors to create unique learning programs which meet requirements and expectations of students . Synchronous environment is just like the traditional instructor-led learning model , which is being instructed by teachers via audio- or videoconferencing , voiceover IP , or two-way live broadcasts the phone conferences and web conferences , groupware and the virtual classroom . The best learning strategies for synchronous environment [banner_entry_middle]

br include different types of discussions and disputes , a classroom participation strategy , cooperative thinking strategies (problem solving , decision-making , group work , community building strategies etc . These learning strategies work better because they involve all students into discussion and motivate them to express personal opinion about the subject . The sense of belonging is created by the teacher through ensuring that the students are informed and involved in educational process . In this environment , videoconferencing and chats are most advantageous because they attempt to approximate face-to-face communication (Foreman , 2003

The asynchronous model is an interaction learning between instructors and students but passes intermittently with a time delay , for examples courses are taken via the internet by Q A mentoring , online discussion groups , CD-ROM , e-mail and threaded discussions . The main learning strategies include reading and writing assignments : case analysis essay-test taking strategy , strategic tutoring , assignment completion strategy , themes writing and error monitoring strategies , learning strategies for studying and remembering the information (self-questioning , word identification , paraphrasing , etc . These strategies work better because the asynchronous environment does not allow substantial human interaction such as face-to-face communication and requires time resource : the students need time to study course materials and complete assignments while the teachers need time to check and mark the s (Hiltz , 1998


Hiltz , S .R (1998 . Collaborative Learning in Asynchronous Learning Networks : Building Learning Communities . November . New Jersey Institute of Technology . Retrieved from http /web .njit .edu hiltz /collaborative_learning_in_asynch .htm

Foreman , J (2003 ) Distance Learning and Synchronous Interaction Retrieved from HYPERLINK “http /technologysource .org /article /distance_learning_and_synchronous_i nteraction http /technologysource .org /article /distance_learning_and_synchronous_in teraction



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