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Strategies on Effective

Teaching in the 21 st

century
21st century Educational System
(E-Learning)

 Learners empowered to be future professional


workforce

 Creativity & innovations

 Flexible provisions

 Better value for learners


Objectives of Current Strategies

 Raising standards

 Improving quality

 Removing barriers to achievement

 Widened participation

 Preparing for employment


Contributions from E-Learning

 Individualized learning

 Personalized support

 Collaborative learning

 Tools for information


 Virtual environments

 Flexible study

 Online communications

 Quality education
Sustainability Processes

 Support educational leaders

 Organizational planning
 Leadership training
 E-administration
 Build collaborative partnership

 Cross organizational tie-up


 Cross sectoral partnership
 International linkages
 Exchanges of faculty and students
 Immersions and internships
 Sustainable E-learning

 Institutional funding
 Resource planning tools
 Standards for baseline quality of E-
learning provisions

 Company incentives
 Loans
 On-line research capabilities
 Trainers’ training on E-learning
 Application through outputs with financial
rewards ( research)
Supporting innovations
 Embracing the new pedadogies

 Industry practitioners
 Experts as resource speakers
 Association memberships
 Center of excellence
 Focus on the shortage on subject areas

 Outsourcing of resources
 Networking and linkages
 Exposures through travel and tours
 Actual immersion
 Seminar-workshops
 Establish
the appropriate evaluation
methodologies

 New approaches (cost-benefit analysis)


 Community of practice for E-learning research
and evaluation
 Focus on removing barriers to learning

 Learners with special needs to ensure


greatest impact
 Interactive diagnostic test and remediation
 Builda practice-oriented research
environment

 Cross-sector R&D programs


 Action research for teachers and lecturers as
reflective practitioners
Developing the Educational
Workforce

 Initial qualification for E-learning

 Access for teachers’ training


 Guidance for support
 Professional development

 Use of E-learning for professional


development
 Inclusion of both teaching and non-teaching
staff for the training
 Transfer of knowledge (teacher-learner)
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