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What it takes to implement e-learning in the classroom

What it takes to implement e-learning in the classroom | Person-Centred eLearning | Scoop.it
Courtesy: http://edudemic.com/2012/08/the-6-people-needed-to-implement-e-learning-in-your-classroom/ (What it takes to implement e-learning in the classroom http://t.co/5bb7QET7...)...

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Musings: Rogers on student centred learning

The teacher is the possessor of knowledge, the student the expected recipient.The lecture, the textbook, or some other means of verbal intellectual instruction are the major methods of getting knowledge into the recipient. The examinations measure the extent to which the student has received it.The teacher is the possessor of power, the student the one who obeys.Rule by authority is the accepted policy in the classroom.Trust is at a minimum. Most notable is the teacher’s distrust of the student. The student cannot be expected to work satisfactorily without the teacher’s constant supervision.The students are best governed by being kept in an intermittent or constant state of fear.Democracy and its values are ignored and scorned in practice.There is no place for the whole person in the educational system, only for his intellect.[1]


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Humanistic Movement in Education

Humanistic Movement in Education | Person-Centred eLearning | Scoop.it
The objectives of humanistic education are to encourage students to:
Take responsibility for their learning.
Be self-directed and independent.
Be curious about the world around them.
Be creative and interested in the arts.

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