We invite you to join this “e-learning practitioners community” event to benefit from the experience of the other attendees and to participate in the community by sharing your feedback.
After a number of surveys and papers read we arrived to the conclusion that the most significant e-learning challenges to schools and teachers are:
- Student’s motivation
- Complexity of technology
- Time to build content
- How to get more students
- A clear business case
Our first goal is to draw an action plan to address Student’s motivation challenge.
- If you have access to our Teachers Cafe training campus y you may self-enroll clicking here
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Today’s education practitioners are willing to know about e-learning if they haven’t experienced it yet. e-learning has been around for about 20 years or more. Once communication and multimedia issues have been resolved we face the underlying existing human and business concerns.
Opportunities are there we all know about them but how to reach them if we don’t overcome human and business concerns?
In this course we try to build up a community of interested education practitioners to put together our efforts to design effective action plans that mitigate concerns and allow us to take advantage of opportunities.
During the course there will be debates and webinars where we’ll share points of view and conclusions.
45′ webinars will take place the last Tuesday of the month.
August 27th Webinar on “How to address student’s motivation”
We will run two sessions on the same day to ease your attendance according your time zone.
Human Resources Managers, School Managers, Academic Directors, Education Consultants, Language Teachers, Curriculum Managers, Trainers and Educators.
Jose M. Fernandez, Adhoc Learning and Adhoc Language CEO
The webinar is part of the 2019 practitioners’ education program from Adhoc Learning and Adhoc Language.