Learning methods including E-learning
The teaching and learning methods of this curriculum include lecture, seminar, practical work, CBL and PBL methods, field work and e-learning. Some of the methods for e-learning are briefly mentioned below.
E-learning (Electronic learning)
- It is online education. E-learning is Internet-enabled learning. Or e-learning is the use of Internet technology to provide a wide range of solutions, which increases knowledge and efficiency.
- In an online multimedia learning environment, teaching and learning is individually and interactive and focuses on the teacher. In this method, a monitoring and rating system is available.
- Appropriate (self-help, on demand (anytime, anywhere), private tutoring, flexibility)
- Reasonable / effective price (virtual education environment, low cost of materials, reduction of travel costs and budget)
- Compatibility (similar quality of materials and education for all, central control of materials and course contents)
- Developed with mass media (easy to understand and more noticeable
- Repeatability (as many times as requested)
- Easy monitoring capability (less office work, more accuracy)
Duty of the Professors:
- Use of all the available technology
- Incorporating old and new curricula
- Encourage shared learning
- Laying the groundwork for lifelong learning
E-learning tools include:
Students communicate with professors via email. Each teacher and student has a specific email address and all course materials such as assignments, course policy, presentations ... are sent through this.
- Chat Groups:
It is used in order to share the relevant problems, lesson preparation or exam topics.
- Video conference:
Exchange of the ideas and knowledge through communication with relevant universities by holding video conferences.
Videos and educational information are shared online with students through the relevant websites. Access to websites related to the profession and content can also be done using websites.