Creating Learning-centered Courses for the World Wide Web

Creating Learning-centered Courses for the World Wide Web

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This book shows faculty and students how to integrate good practices in learning, design, and web page technology. Using the web, an educator can provide an active and interesting environment for his or her students to incorporate as part of a traditional classroom, as a supplement to the classroom, or in a distance learning course. The book begins with good practices in teaching and learning. Then it looks for design elements that can be applied to the web and pulls together the practice, design, and web technology. It provides examples of active learning, cohort learning, problem solving, and communication of complex information on the web. For those interested in creating effective web-based learning in class or through distance learning.However, if for some reason such tools are unavailable, it is possible to write relatively simple quizzes using forms and JavaScript. The basic technique for creating quizzes involves having students put answers to questions in forms a€” textanbsp;...

Title:Creating Learning-centered Courses for the World Wide Web
Author:William B. Sanders
Publisher:Allyn & Bacon - 2001


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