by George Pastidis
Any breakthrough technology is usually followed by super-optimistic statements bragging about the upcoming e-dreams, technophobic laggards that are terrified and resist like crazy and at last a fair compromise and good balance between the technological “miracles” and the ones that are really useful and make sense. read more…
Excellent post, George!!! As someone who has used a mixture of methods as both a learner and a trainer, I totally agree that e-learning and traditional learning are just methods (someone could even argue tools), that should be approached, understood and applied in a broader context of educational and learning methodology.
I feel like highlighting your “when-why-how” approach by adding that when choosing a mix of e-learning and traditional learning methods it’s also quite important to choose the right one (as always, of course), in order to have the right balance for a given group under given circumstances and context.
Good add on to. Thanks Michali!!
I do agree with Michail Dim, there has to be balance for a given group.Physical presence of a teacher shall help and motivate a child for effective learning on certain topics.e-learning could be helpful on revision of topics for reinforcement, refinement
and ensure confident to do correctly.
Good day George
Can I spread around your posts?
It would be an honor George
As you know best (and serviced well) George, there is not such thing like “traditional training” 🙂
Still servicing…. 🙂