E-Learning Content Design and Implementation based on Learners’ Levels
Authors: Hye-Jin Jeong, Yong-Sung Kim
Polibits, 39, pp.59-64, 2009.
Abstract: The modern techniques of content design should not depend on restrictions of schedules and physical spaces. Still, the learning that depends on the contents provided from a server is difficult to implement effectively without taking into consideration learners’ levels. The learning should fit the learners’ abilities. In this study, we propose the methods of developing learning content that fits the individual levels. Evaluations for individual levels are presented as the first level and the second level. The first level presents “evaluation learning” for each paragraph of the learning, while at the second level evaluations are carried out through “Trying the following” and “Trying oneself”. “Checking Test” as part of the “sum of learning” is carried out during the first evaluation. Also “Trying oneself” is carried out as commensurate learning according to learners’ levels.
Keywords: Learning self-initiative; e-Learning; bidirectional learning
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