Migrating to e-learning in secondary education

Michalis Hadjisimou, Aimilia Tzanavari

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Abstract

Traditional face-to-face instruction in secondary education has been tested for hundreds of years now and has proven successful, but after the tremendous expansion of computer and internet use in several sectors of our day to day lives, e-Learning has been spreading its wings. In recent years e-Learning has demonstrated through numerous case studies that it can be beneficial either on its own, or combined with traditional methods of teaching. In secondary education in particular, it can undoubtedly offer a much more fruitful experience to the pupils and complement the teacher's traditional instruction methods. Migrating to e- Learning in a secondary education setting influences a number of stakeholders: pupils, teachers, parents and administrators and is thus not something that can be accomplished overnight. Teachers and parents are the primary audience addressed by this set of patterns.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuroPLoP 2006 - 11th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs
Pages669-674
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Event11th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs, EuroPLoP 2006 - Irsee, Germany
Duration: 5 Jul 20069 Jul 2006

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Other11th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs, EuroPLoP 2006
CountryGermany
CityIrsee
Period5/07/069/07/06

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    Hadjisimou, M., & Tzanavari, A. (2006). Migrating to e-learning in secondary education. In EuroPLoP 2006 - 11th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (pp. 669-674)