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Author(s): Zbigniew Meger

Journal: EduAction : Electronic Education Magazine
ISSN 2081-870X

Volume: 3;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 14;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: e-learning | e-learning methods | behaviorism | cognitivism | constructivism | connectivism

ABSTRACT
Wider use of e-learning methods and universality of learning platform encourage to running learning processes in different forms and to preparing new teaching materials. However, it appears that such materials are usually prepared in the simplest form of programmed learning course, where knowledge is transmitted in form of programmed instruction without or only with a weak feedback from the learner. Meanwhile, in the past four decades are developing cognitive methods, which are only slightly reflected in nowadays techniques and methods of distance learning. However, it appears in the last years, that the important role in education can play constructivism, whose ideas can be also implement in distance learning environment. All of these trends is trying to cover the theory of connectivism, and glimpse of this theory can indicate the opportunities and threats of modern e-learning.
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