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Distance learning is a way of learning remotely without being in regular face-to-face contact with a teacher in the classroom. In the UK such learning has its roots in students learning through correspondence courses.

More than 270,000 undergraduate students are taking their first degrees via distance learning, together with some 108,000 postgraduate students.
In recent years the advent of...
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What is Distance Learning?

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Research on Motivation and Learning
By L. Huetinck|S.N. Munshin — Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
In summarizing 20 years of research in the area of motivation in mathematics education, James A. Middleton and Photini A. Spanian (2002) found five main factors that influence motivation:

First, motivation or lack of motivation is learned. In primary grades many children report that mathematics...
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How to Teach Anything to Anyone
BY KEVIN DAUM
Since you can't possibly do it all yourself, you'll need to teach other people how. Here is a 5-step process sure to pass on your knowledge and skill.
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Most people are familiar with the phrase: Those who can't do, teach. Ironically, it's the converse that creates dysfunction in business. So often...
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Assessment of Learning in a Digital Age
By: Mark Rollins

Understanding more about the close relationship between assessment, feedback and effective learning is the first step towards assessment practices that empower rather than inhibit learning. Technology offers a new perspective through which this relationship can be explored. Effective Assessment in a Digital Age (2010)

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Evaluation

The main purpose of evaluation is not only to check the results of the students and teachers but to improve on the basis of that the total results, to change the possible bad technique of teaching or remove some rude mistakes and mischief. In distance education the separation between teachers and students normally involves instruction or learning experiences being mediated...
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Research code of conduct

An Ethical Code for Research

Preamble

1. The School attaches considerable importance to the maintenance of high ethical standards in the research undertaken by its academic and research staff and students, whether supported directly by the School or funded from external sources. It is our obligation to ensure that research undertaken in the School is...
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MBA Admissions Interview Tips

Increasingly, schools use the interview as a part of the admissions process. The policies differ from school to school:
• Obligatory for all applicants (eg: Kellogg)
• On invitation: after studying the applications, the school invites some applicants to interview (eg: Harvard, Columbia, and now Wharton)
• No interview in the admissions process, which is done...
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Cambridge Kipp initiativity to help environment

Our planet is in trouble! Almost every day we seem to hear of yet another problem affecting the environment – and what a list of problems! – pollution, acid rain, climate change, the destruction of rainforests and other wild habitats, the decline and extinction of thousands of species of animals and plants….and so on.

Nowadays, most of us...
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Strategies for Learning at a Distance

Study is the primary role of the student. This challenging task requires motivation, planning, and the ability to analyze and apply the information being taught. The process of student learning in a distance education setting is more complex for several reasons:

• Many distance-education students are older, have jobs, and families. They have to...
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Collaborative and Cooperative Learning

Encouraging Cooperative Learning
During cooperative learning situations, students work through an assignment as a team. Every member is in charge for their own learning as well as the work of their teammates. Consequently, students learn from each other’s effort and share in the success and/or failure of the group. Such experience has been shown to...
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Course Styles

Active and Reflective Learners
• Active learners are able not only to understand but also to actively learn, read, to do something with the information—at least argue bout it or use in further learning. What about reflective learners, they would like to think out the information first.
• So active learner will use the info even without evaluating its usefulness, and the...
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9 Things That Will Shape The Future Of Education: What Learning Will Look Like In 20 Years?

Students will be learning outside, armed with different devices, listening to a teacher of choice. Skills will not be assessed on paper but based on their performance in the field. What on earth are we talking about? Welcome to the future of education.

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9 Things That Will Shape The Future Of Education: What Learning Will Look Like In 20 Years? - eLearning Industry

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In the old system of working, you were often categorized as a “knowledge worker” if you dealt with knowledge and information, which applied to most everyone working in an office. That meant workers basically fell into two categories: knowledge workers (in offices) and manual workers (in factories).
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Say Goodbye To Knowledge Workers And Welcome To Learning Workers

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Types of Learning Styles Types of Learning Styles: The Three Main Types There are three main types of learning styles: auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Most people learn best through a combination of the three types of learning styles, but everybody is different. - See more at: [ Learningrx.com Link ]

Types of Learning Styles

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Connected learning prizes the learning that comes from actively producing, creating, experimenting and designing because it promotes skills and dispositions for lifelong learning and for making meaningful contributions to today’s rapidly changing work and social conditions.

6 Design Principles Of Connected Learning

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Perhaps it will be wearable devices such as Google Glass, although I suspect that tablets will still be used in education.
The future is about access, anywhere learning and collaboration, both locally and globally. Teaching and learning is going to be social. Schools of the future could have a traditional cohort of students, as well as online only students who live across the country or even...
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What is the future of technology in education?

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Research on Motivation and Learning
By L. Huetinck|S.N. Munshin — Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
In summarizing 20 years of research in the area of motivation in mathematics education, James A. Middleton and Photini A. Spanian (2002) found five main factors that influence motivation:

First, motivation or lack of motivation is learned. In primary grades many children report that mathematics...
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How to Teach Anything to Anyone
BY KEVIN DAUM
Since you can't possibly do it all yourself, you'll need to teach other people how. Here is a 5-step process sure to pass on your knowledge and skill.
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Most people are familiar with the phrase: Those who can't do, teach. Ironically, it's the converse that creates dysfunction in business. So often...
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When I was young My imagination was without boarders I was dreaming of changing the world And by Time when I became older and wiser I discovered that the wor...

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When I was young My imagination was without boarders I was dreaming of changing the world And by Time when I became older and wiser I discovered that the wor...

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