Instructional Delivery Modes
This programme is intended to prepare participants to effectively use the latest available technologies, including e-learning, to address school learning and training problems. For this reason, the programme will wherever feasible and appropriate, deliver its instruction using these advanced instructional delivery modes. Examples include: using CD-ROMs for self-paced instruction, using internet technologies for information dissemination, using internet technologies for asynchronous (e.g., forums or wikis) and synchronous (e.g., chat, internet telephony or video) communication modalities. These technologically-based delivery modes will be used in conjunction with more conventional forms of instructional delivery.
All courses in this programme are assessed by projects and assignments, sometimes individually, but sometimes working in groups. There are no exams.