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Optimising individual learning through active team processing. A case study
SourceHochschule und Weiterbildung (2013) 1, S. 48-52 ZDB
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Keywords (German)E-Learning; Individuelles Lernen; Lernprozess; Gruppenarbeit; Lernziel; Virtuelles Studium
sub-disciplineHigher Education
Document typeArticle (journal)
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review statusPublishing House Lectorship
Abstract (English):Although it may sound contradictory at first, this paper holds that active team processing is one of the key parts (if not the one essential element) in optimising individual learning in the context of e-learning. As is widely known, student support in e-learning is a key factor in establishing a sustainable learning process. But it has also become a buzzword being used in almost every discussion concerning didactical processes. To achieve active participation, a tutor should - at least for the most part - be able to monitor the progression of his/her students’ work over the course of an e-learning class. Students, on the other hand, have been primed throughout their studies to present perfect results and to hide the laborious process achieving them. Therefore, they tend not to ask questions during the process and have also been found reluctant to actively test all the communication tools that the learning platform presents them with. (DIPF/Orig.)
other articles of this journalHochschule und Weiterbildung Jahr: 2013
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Date of publication15.09.2014
Suggested CitationReith, Sandra von der: Optimising individual learning through active team processing. A case study - In: Hochschule und Weiterbildung (2013) 1, S. 48-52 - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-opus-89016
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