eLearning strategy in Hungary

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eLearning strategy in Hungary

Dr László Kadocsa
-
dr. Gyula Gubán


„Learning and teaching are wonderful things but
sometimes we have to remember that all the
things that worth knowing cannot be taught”
(Oscar Wilde
)





Development distance learning in the EU

The milestones of development

March 2000
:
aim of eEurope strategy:



„to make Europe the most competitive and dinamic

knowledge
-
based economy ”







81


million pupils, 5 million teachers, millions of adults

participating in the training


May 2000
:

The EU Committee
:

„The eLearning




Action Plan”: Designing tomorrow’s education.

December 2002 : eLearning program 2004
-
2006: integration of ICT


in education and training



Development distance learning in the EU

The milestones of development



2005


Conclusion of the Council of Representatives of the Member State


governments on the ICT:



the knowledge

based economy and society needs a minimum level of

digital literacy and skills for its workforce

and the capacity to build higher

level of ICT skills and competences requir
ed

2005


eLearning conference Brussels conclusion:



investment in ICT for learning should be effective and sustainable with

adequate funding and organisational transformation



Digital literacy is a fundamental element of the knowledge society



ICT contributes to more teaching and training process, helps foster and

support innovation in pedagogy



The use of ICT
-

supported learning helps workers acquire the necessary

skills and knowledge for their job and personal development







Domestic eLearning strategy


Present situation
:

27 pupils/computers in public education

15 pupils/computers in higher education

ICT tools are used only in 1% of the lessons

low number of teachers applying ICT


Domestic eLearning strategy


ICT in education

multimedia presentation beside the traditional
teaching methods

Computer
-
based teaching

(CBT)

eLearning personalized education

(distance
learning+CBT+LMS)

Digitalized teaching materials

(LMS, LCMS)


Domestic eLearning strategy

The aims of domestic eLearning


Further steps to be done:

accelerate the integration of ICT into education

generalize the application of ICT methods

support methodology development

„best
practice”



Domestic eLearning strategy

The aims of domestic eLearning

Strategic aims:

curriculum reform
-

emphasizing ICT knowledge in the
NAT

integrating ICT knowledge in teacher training

elaborating the methods and opportunities of the use of
ICT in education

and

teacher training
, and further
training

development of ICT
in

higher education:


-
its aim is to recruit information technology experts






Domestic eLearning strategy


Digitalized teaching content

Goals:


-
eL
earning management system, authoring
-
tool


-
forming standard
s

concerning eLearning

teaching material
s
, developing eTeaching
materials


-
establish
ing

LCMS (
learning content management
system
) based digital teaching material database


Domestic eLearning strategy


Digitalized teaching content

-
provide content for users (sulinet

)


-
establish digital libraries and methodology centres

provide ICT infrastructure



Sulinet 2002

Total distribution : 114’821 computers, of which


53’021 used only by students


35’030 used only by teachers


26’770 used both by students and teachers

Total number of students : 2’200’135, of which


Elementary school student: 1’290’456


Secondary school student: 990’679

Student/computer (only in case of Írisz
-
Sulinet)


41 students/1 computer regarding computers used only by students


27 students/1 computer considering computers used both by teachers and
pupils.



National Development Plan

3
.

Priority
:

Promoting

life
-
long

learning

and

adaptability


Measure 3.2.: Developing the content,
methodology and structure of vocational training


The

components

of

the

measure
:


1
.

New

qualification

structure


2
.

Establishment

of

integrated

vocational

training

centres

4. Priority:
Developing the infrastructure of
education, social services and health care

Measure 4.1.: Developing the infrastructure of
education and training



Development strategy for vocational education
Development principles


Extensive implementation of lifelong learning policy
:
In respect of
the development of basic and key competences within school
system, the following areas should be given priority: foreign
language skills, ICT skills, communication skills, social and
management skills

Transparency

Quality development
-
quality management

Development strategy for vocational education

Operative targets

Enhancing economic competitiveness

Increasing mobility: to promote e
-
learning and
ICT skills:
in the forthcoming years, E
-
learning based adult
education will be promoted by improving technical conditions for
accessing the computer network

Increasing efficiency

DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC LEARNING
MATERIALS

How many
‘E’
s are necessary for learning?


learning success

virtual
communication

tutorship

structure

flexibility

inner motivation

additions

personal
communication


Teaching students
how to obtain a
higher learning level





eLearning


High priority for Methods

And Education Theory



Establishing a new
learning culture

(change „paradigma”)








Establishing
communication media
network



DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC LEARNING
MATERIALS

eLearning

conclusion


General

learning materials



Closed web
-
based learning
environment


Consulting,

evaluation

Individual study



Video and audio


conferences



Indoor activities,
faculties

(kontaktórák)



Free websites

Integrated Learning Form