TRAINING OF GUARDIANS OF E-LEARNING. (The Tutorial Function. ( TYPES OF…
TRAINING OF GUARDIANS
Panorama of platforms
With a view to the future, institutions such as UNESCO (together with ECLAC, UNDP and UNICEF) prepare an educational agenda for Latin America and the Caribbean in which consultations are held on various issues affecting the region, including education.
It is the capacity of two or more systems or components to exchange information and use it.
types of platfoms
• Open source platforms
• Commercial Platforms
• Platforms Own development.
Components of a training system
• The hardware, physical equipment used to process and store data.
• The software and procedures used to transform and extract information.
• The data representing the activities of the company.
Teach and learn through training through the Internet.
Most of the teachers who practice the tutorial activity are teachers from the same university who must carry out the two activities: teaching and tutoring.
Each student will determine their commitment, depending on their academic self-concept and self-image as an educator.
Distance education characterized by a space / time separation between teachers and students (not excluding specific physical encounters), among which a predominance of double asynchronous communication,
CHANGES E LEARNING
E-Learning is a new way of teaching and learning where this Teaching-Learning process no longer focuses on a 4-room classroom, but rather uses technology and revolutionizes this process.
When it comes to designing teaching, it is very important to have examples, colleagues' ideas, complementary bibliography, to help you think about the project itself.
Virtual tutoring systems
The data management that is done inside the computer and its location in memory and in the external storage supports, can pose some problems.
• Asynchronous communication
• One-to-many communication.
• Possibility of subscribing to a forum
TYPES OF THEORIES
• Specialized Individual
The Tutorial Function.
TYPES OF THEORIES
• Face-to-face tutoring and distance learning.
• Tutorial by correspondence, written.
• Telephone tutoring
• Radio tutoring
• Television tutoring
• Audio cassette tutoring
• Tutoring by videocassette, and
• Computer tutoring•
LONG DISTANCE EDUCATION
Tutoring is the point of permanent contact or contact of the student with the institution in which he or she conducts their training or training.
This tutorial work can be carried out in two ways: in a group, with the whole or several students of a class, or individually, to attend the singularities of a particular student.
This condition confers on the guiding functions a capital importance, because in them an essential part of the educative relation is based.
Online tutoring requires the combination of strategies, didactic activities and technological resources that act as mediators of the learning process.
Tasks of an Online Teacher
In order to measure the results of the teaching function of the students, the teacher prepares catalogs of questions for type examinations, exercises, self-assessments and level tests in each call of his module.
It integrates consultants into the dynamics of the course and, in the case of more than one consultant, acts as a bridge between them and helps the good functioning of teaching.
DESIGN AND PLANNING
The ability to organize and clearly define the objectives of the course, as well as to structure the content, assigning the practical work and interactive activities more appropriate.
The trainer acts as a guide and guide, facilitating to the participants all the necessary tools to advance satisfactorily in their learning process.
Training scenarios and ICT-based teaching
It requires the teacher to plan and develop educational processes that overlap time and tasks that occur well in the physical classroom, or in the virtual classroom without necessarily existing inconsistencies between one and the other.
It must always be explicit and complete so as not to mislead the student and attend to the elements related to the course temporization.
That is, the teacher does not change the teaching spaces he usually uses, neither the type of activities he presents to his students nor the forms he uses to communicate with them.
It requires deciding on the sequencing of contents, methodology and tasks and the type of evaluation.
These are digital platforms in which teachers publish their materials, schedule tasks and interact with students in an e-learning environment.