What is different between distance learning and E learning?
Distance Learning "Distance learning" is an instructional delivery system that connects learners, regardless of their location, with educational resources. As distance learning normally occurs in a different place from teaching, it requires special techniques of course design, instructional design and communication. Distance learning uses technology to make possible new approaches to the teaching/learning process, rather than simply the addition of technology to instruction. eLearning "eLearning" is a term that refers to a broad range of electronically distributed teaching and training materials. It most commonly refers to anytime, anywhere electronic or computer-supported learning and is often associated with online courses.
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The British English way of the past tense word learn is learnt. The American English way of the past tense word learn is learned. "Learnt" is more used in UK and Canada whi…le "Learned" is more used in USA In addition, either term can be used as an adjective ("the learnt material" vs "the learned material") following the same rules. . Also, there is a 2 syllable word, learnÃ©d (though the accent on the e has been more or less completely dropped since the advent of modern English, meaning you'll only see the accent in Shakespeare's works and that of his contemporaries or predecessors). "LearnÃ©d" (pronounced learn-ed) is an adjective meaning that the subject has done a lot of learning. It is more or less synonymous with "wise.".
During self learning, mostly, you don't have a specified goal to achieve and your learning is not going by stages. Distance learning have a goal, timetable of lessons step by …step with a growing strength according to your achievements.
Teaching is instruction, or transfering knowledge from one to another. Learning is receiving that knowledge and committing it to memory
Teaching is to provide instructions and knowledge to someone. Learning is receiving those instructions from the teacher.
What is the difference between constructive criticism face to face and constructive criticism distance learning?
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Learn is the infinitive (basic) form of the verb "to learn." Learn is the present tense form for all subjects except third-person singular (he or she), which uses learns. … Learnt is a past and past-participle form of the verb "to learn." It is primarily a British word, although it may also be used in Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India and other countries with a British influence. It is not used much in North America, where the common past-tense form is learned.
Distance learning may mean that people shall need to travel distance to get to their school, while e-learning courses can be accessed via the computer and the Internet in just… a matter of minutes.
What is the differences between distance learning and face to face?
Distance learning may or may not be online. Lot of correspondece courses (distance learning) are through paper written notes and exams are conducted after a period in offline …mode i.e paper based exams In online learning, the learning material is digital and exams may or may be conducted in offline or online mode
e-classroom is an electronic
Knowledge is anything new one gains in their memory and learning in the process in acquiring knowledge.
Maturation is primarily based on heredity whereas learning is based on the environment.
e commerce is the buying and selling of products throgh computer network but e learning comprises electronically supported learning and teaching.
Computer based learning is a subset of methods of distance learning.
There is no difference between E-Learning and Virtual- Learning, both have same meaning. It is just like a person holding his er from either left hand or right hand.
Distance learning programs give their criteria and busy work via mail or web-liner. All work is done at the leisure of the student. Traditional learning takes place in a lectu…re room and work is distributed in person and verbally or through example.
Learned is simple past tense, which shows that the action startedand ended before now. Have learned is present perfect, which showsthat the action happened at an unspecified t…ime in the past and hassome effect on the present.