• Conference Object  Open Access

      Designing problem-solving and laboratory content for a web-based distance education course in introductory general physics 

      Misanchuk, M.; Hunt, J. L. (University of Zilina, 2005)
      There is a strong prejudice among physicists, and specialists in other mathematically intensive disciplines, that effective distance education is not feasible in their subject because of the impossibility of teaching ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Distance learning via internet in maths And science for primary and lower secondary schools pupils 

      Černochová, Miroslava; Siňor, Stanislav (Pedagogical Faculty of University of Ostrava, 2001)
      The paper describes experiences with distance education in Maths and Science organised by the student teachers for Primary and Lower Secondary School Pupils who cannot attend school education because they stay a long time ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Knowledge acquisition in distance education 

      Kavakli, Manolya; Thorne, Jason (Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2003)
      This paper describes knowledge structuring as a learning strategy in design education. Given that education is the knowledge transfer from one intelligent system to another, we discuss two main characteristics of education: ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      A model of online teaching and learning 

      Coldwell, J.; Newlands, D.A. (Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2003)
      Deakin University has a long history of supporting distance education with technology. Such presentations have matured from a mix of remote-login/FTP/email in the 1980s through web mediated access in the 1990s to ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Telecommunications technologies and Curriculum development: the case of a virtual High school project 

      Vrasidas, Charalambos; Chamberlain, Richard; Zembylas, Michalinos (Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2003)
      In this paper we present the lessons we learned from developing online classes for a virtual high school (LUDAVHS) project and discuss the implications for teaching science using telecommunication technologies. Emphasis ...