Ideas, Impacts and Utilizing of E-learning in Schools

Reyhane Rakhshani-nejad

Abstract


E-learning shows a completely novel education environment for students, thus requiring a diverse ability set to be successful. Significant research and evaluation skills are growing in significance as students have increasing volumes of knowledge from a mixture of sources to sort through. In addition, mainly in courses that are completely electronic, students are much more independent than in the conventional setting. This requires that they be highly motivated and committed to teach, with less social interaction with peers or an instructor. E-learning is a computer assisted learning, and can be viewed as profession of teaching for student centered and collaborative learning. Near the beginning growths in e-learning focused on computer assisted learning, where part or all of the learning content is delivered digitally. In recent times, the pedagogical dimension of e-learning has become well-known. E-learning comprises all forms of electronically supported knowledge and education. The information and communication systems, whether networked learning or not, serve as definite media to realize the learning process.


Keywords


E-learning; student; computer-based

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