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Test #2 Review - Review Sheet for Chap 1,2 3 4 5 and 6...

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Review Sheet for Chap 1,2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 Chapter 1, Pages 3 - 29 1. Know Coldeway’s four quadrants and am example of for each one. Also, which one did he consider the purest form? Page 10 & 27(Self-test questions). The quadrants are ST-SP (same time, same place), ST-DP (same time, different place), DT-SP (different time, same place), and DT-DP (different time, different place) The most pure is DT-DP. 2. Know the definition of synchronous and asynchronous. Page 10 Synchronous – Same time Asynchronous – Different time 3. Know the fundamental characteristics of distance education. Page 27 (Self-test questions) Separation of the learner and the teacher is the fundamental characteristic of long distance learning. 4. The goal of distance education is not to replace traditional methods of education. 5. Know if students prefer to learn in a traditional classroom or by distance. Page 27 True. Chapter 2, Pages 31 - 62 1. Know that correspondence is the root of distance education. Page 36 2. What two measurable elements is distance education composed of according to Michael Moore’s Theory of Independent Studies? Page 42-43 Provision for 2 way communication Learner Autonomy Autonomous (learner determined) Non-autonomous (teacher determined) 3. Know the strategy difference between Fordist and Neo-Fordist. Page 53 Fordist – fully centralized, single mode, national distance education provider gaining greater economies of scale by offering courses to a mass market, thereby justifying a greater investment in more course materials. Neo-Fordist – allows much higher levels of flexibility and diversity, and combines low volumes with high levels of product and process innovation. 4. What is the key concept of Keegan’s Equivalency Theory? Page 50-51 The separation of the teaching acts in time and place from the learning acts. Successful distance education, he believes, requires the reintegration of the two acts. 5. Review Malcolm Knowles – Andragogy. Know why his theory is important to distance education. Also know the meaning of andragogy. Page 48-49 Andragogy – Teaching adults Most people who are involved in distance learning are adults.
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