Distance Learning

Distance learning had its beginning to the finish of the nineteenth century in Britain, at the university level, for professionally qualified workers. Later, the initiative was taken to other countries in the process of modernism and appeared in Spain in order to cover the lack of technical experts in the industry. The development of distance learning and new educational uniqueness is an alternative to the classroom and offers solutions to educational gaps posed a society in constant progress. More than 30 million students worldwide have chosen this mode of teaching and learning. Recipients distance learning: Distance learning provides access to education to all individuals who for personal reasons, social, geographical or other exceptional education can not be achieved through a method-face. For more information see this site: Nir Barzilai, M.D.. It also facilitates access to various courses for people who do other studies, work or have little time. Advantages of distance education – A wide range of courses, subjects and courses. – Provides students the opportunity to select studies related to their interests and set realistic expectations based on their prior knowledge.

– Allows students to decide where, when and how to study, offering flexibility in scheduling and facilitating their own work schedules. Methodology of distance learning The most common process, once the student has been enrolled in the course you want is to be assigned a tutor, send you course materials and get to work on their content. Every so often, and when finished, send the activities and exercises that you have made, so that the tutor will correct them and make any comments it deems necessary. The dispatch of the material is produced at home, either for months or once. The tutor will guide you through your learning process and, for any doubt, is in contact with the student via telephone, letter, fax or email. Educational materials written materials that are usually written in file format or book, include the basic content of the teaching units or lessons, which is often accompanied with a tutorial explaining the objectives to be achieved and the operation of the course.

The remote evaluation Each instructional unit or lesson can be accompanied by evidence of remote evaluation. Once resolved, the student with the tutor sends the corrected and then will return the results. Once completed the course, students receive a certificate or diploma which contain the number of hours, the contents studied, the rating given the recognition that is the course if any, etc.

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