Why most e-learning courses do not excite learners

In 1993, an educationist by the name of Michael G. Moore from the University of Wisconsin-Madison used a framework called ‘Transactional Distance Theory’ to explain the phenomenon of physical, psychological and communication gap between the teacher and the learner in the context of distance education and devised a mechanism of fine tuning attributes like dialog, …

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This one trick can make learning enjoyable and profitable for all

This one trick can make learning enjoyable and profitable for all. Einstein once said that one should be able to explain laws of Physics to a barmaid. If all the teachers in the world really followed the above saying,  learning delivery will undergo a sea change and make learning enjoyable for the learners.People (especially the …

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The future of individual learning

It is said that the knowledge society we live in today relentlessly punishes the under-educated and the under-prepared. The evidence of this statement is all around us to see. In developing countries, a fair percentage of a family's income is spent on educating its children. Why is this so? One can safely say that if one …

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