E-learning has become something everyone is familar as a result of the last 2 years of the Covid 19 pandemic.
I first wrote about the promise and impact of E-learning in 2014 and 2015 on Linked In. The posts were largely ignored. I revisited them, and found that what I wrote then is still highly relevant today.
6 to 7 years later, the real potential of e-learning is still not clear dispite the pandemic. E-learning is not just classroom learning delivered over the Internet. Far too many people think that this all it is. But well done eleanring must first and foremost be based on a “learner centred” approach to education, not a ‘teacher or adminstrator centered” one. This old power based model of education is not one that allows e-leaning to truly thrive.
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