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Introduction (How can

become a better online


teacher????)
Body
What is elearning?
why e-learning will not go away?

The education departments national


educational technology plan, released in
March, touts virtual education as one of the
key approaches for how schools should use
technology to improve learning (p. 8)
Geographical reasons
Rural districts, urban districts, and those in
between are starting to embrace online classes
(E-learning 2010 Assessing the Agenda for
change-1010)
(Onlilne education is a global phonemenon. We
are behind the curve. )
Online instruction helps teachers use their
time more wisely. A teacher could make a
video and have students watch it at home,
rather than listening to a lecture in class (p. 9)
China has digitized its entire system of K-12
courses and so has Mexico. Turkeys online
course now educate 15 million students,
compared with 1 million in the United States.
(p. 9) Northeast Is furthest behind and the
Southeast and Midwest, on the other hand,
have strong virtual programs in several places.
Challenges
Synchronous vs achromous
Synchronous Benefits

Problem solving: The choice to deliver


courses synchronously or asynchronously
sometimes depends on the subject. In math or
the physical sciences, where much of the work
is based around problem-solving through
logical sequences or equationos, immediate,
synchrouns feedback from an instructor is
advantageous. My argument would be that
there are certain subjects, given their very
nature, that are more relatable or more
appropriate for synchronous work.
Synchronous archives
Just because instruction is delivered in a
synchronous manner doesnt mean it has to
disappear into a vacuum. The best
synchronous instruction, whether a video
lecture, a live chat, or a webinar, can be
archived for students to recall in an
asynchronous matter, (1010)
Asynchronous

Conclusion

Reference

Disrupting Class: How


disruptive innovation with
change the way the world
learners.