Motivación dos aprendices

Motivación dos aprendices

Leveraging LMSs to Enhance Campus-Based Student Engagement - Hamish Coates, Educause Quarterly

We need to better understand the influence of learning management systems (LMSs) on student engagement in order to use these powerful technologies to improve campus-based education. Over the past 10 years, online learning management has been adopted by many campus-based institutions, becoming almost ubiquitous in many parts of the world. These systems have profound yet uncertain implications for university education. They have the capacity to influence the management of academic programs, teaching practices, and the way students engage with key aspects of their university experience. This article suggests an approach for monitoring how the systems may influence students’ engagement with their study and how they might be used to improve campus-based education. Leveraging LMSs to Enhance Campus-Based Student Engagement - Hamish Coates, Educause Quarterly - We need to better understand the influence of learning management systems (LMSs) on student engagement in order to use these powerful technologies to improve campus-based education. Over the past 10 years, online learning management has been adopted by ma [Online Learning Update]

Why Won't They Learn?

Why Won't They Learn? - By Ron Gross - Learn how to identify the causes of resistance and motivate your students!...From [Edu_RSS]

Ball State Study finds socialization is key to online learning - Muncie Star Press

Ball State Study finds socialization is key to online learning - Muncie Star Press - Since online learners may feel isolated by distance, increased personal interaction with their classmates and instructors is important for the education to succeed, according to a Ball State University study. Nursing faculty members Nagia Ali, Kay Hods [Online Learning Update]

Student Motivation for Learning at a Distance: Does Interaction Matter? - Kathleen D. Kelsey, Alan D'souza, JDLA

Student Motivation for Learning at a Distance: Does Interaction Matter? - Kathleen D. Kelsey, Alan D'souza, JDLA - Abstract: The case study evaluated a distance education program offered by a land-grant university agricultural college. The study used Holmberg's and Moore's theoretical frameworks of didactic conversation and multiple interactions to determine the im [Online Learning Update]

A Holistic Perspective on the Student Dropout Problem with Special Attention to e-Learning - Zane L. Berge and Yi-Ping Haung, DE

A Holistic Perspective on the Student Dropout Problem with Special Attention to e-Learning - Zane L. Berge and Yi-Ping Haung, DEOS NEWS - This article introduces a comprehensive model to assist institutions in planning for interventions to address student dropout and to increase student retention. The model is the result of an extensive review, analysis, and synthesis of research and the [Online Learning Update]

Creating the demand for education

Creating the demand for education

If you’ve been following the trade journals and learning and development conferences, you’ve probably noticed that an awakening of sorts is going on. The fact that we are even addressing motivation as a factor in learning is a sure indication that we as a learning industry are undergoing a change after spending the past five years often force-fitting technology into our learning strategies. Paula Moreira, Chief Learning Officer Magazine, September 2003.

e-Learning Reloaded

e-Learning Reloaded

We don't yet have a way to download skills and knowledge directly into learners' brains. Even if we did, learners would still have to have the motivation to apply what they had learned. As it is, we must help learners develop habits and discipline to acquire the new skills and knowledge. Read this article to acquire three new tools that will help you "reload" your online learners today.

Motivating online participants

Motivating online participants

In order for online learning to be successful, developers need to create environments in which people can effectively learn. Participants need to be open to learning in this new way, and confident that their time invested in professional development is well-spent. This article is Part 2 in a series outlining factors that influence the success of online learners. Jennifer Hofmann, Learning Circuits, August 2003.

Endgame - encouraging completion in e-learning

Endgame - encouraging completion in e-learning

E-learning – at least to the extent that it is delivered in self-study format – suffers in the same way as all of its distance learning predecessors: from high drop-out rates. Although most learners start with good intentions of completing, far too high a proportion never achieve the benefits they were seeking when they were enrolled. In this article, Clive Shepherd explores whether drop-out rates are any real indicator of the success of e-learning and, to the extent that they are, what can be done to reduce them to manageable levels. Clive Shepherd, tactix, June 2003.

High attrition rates in e-learning: challenges, predictors and solutions (PDF)

High attrition rates in e-learning: challenges, predictors and solutions (PDF)

We know that learners frequently do not complete online courses. Reasons offered range from “e-Learning is e-Boring” to “they got what they needed and quit". Margaret Martinez, eLearning Developers Journal, 14 July 2003.

Motivating e-learners - A case study of e-learners seeking an advanced degree from UNITAR

Motivating e-learners - A case study of e-learners seeking an advanced degree from UNITAR

Virtual education is the biggest breakthrough experienced by the education system in recent times. While virtual education stands out as a solution towards elevating the "educated" status of humankind, it also falls prey to the education system's biggest problem - motivating its audience/students. Maintaining and sustaining the motivational level of e-learners is a big challenge for this type of education. Dr Kamal Kishore Jain, student affairs online, Fall 2002, Vol 3, No 4.

Terms of engagement: Keeping learners online

Terms of engagement: Keeping learners online

Keeping learners engaged is critical to the success of any training program. Five key elements can determine how well a Web-based training program engages learners: entertainment, interaction, control, usability, and customization.

Confessions of an e-learner

Confessions of an e-learner

Why the course paradigm is all wrong. The essence of the argument is that providing courses in traditional formats suits nobody and that's why learners drop out. The same theme as the article below this - just presented in a different way. Excellently articulated. Eve Drinis and Amy Corrigan.

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