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New learning and teaching strategies in distance education - theory and practice

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P. Toth ; Inst. for Eng. Educ., Banki Donat Fac. of Budapest Tech, Hungary

Learning styles come from three theories: perceptual modality, information processing and personality patterns. I present these paradigms, but I would rather concentrate on a complex model, in which I examine the connection of learning styles and the indirect teaching methods. I describe a model of the electronic distance educational system and I analyse the main pedagogical aspects of the electronic teaching-learning process. Finally I relate some experiences of distance learning courses in Budapest Tech.

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2005 6th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training

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7-9 July 2005