Adult Learning Collection: Handbook Of Research On E-Learning Applications For Career And Technical Education: Technologies For Vocational Training, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605667404
  • ISBN-13: 9781605667409
  • DDC: 370.11
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1028 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released March 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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This book provides readers with the knowledge and the skills needed to exercise leadership in career and technical education at several levels and in many roles.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: E-Learning Applications for Career and Technical Education.
2: Utilization of Distance Education in Career and Technical Education (CTE) Teacher Education.
3: Designing Automated Learning for Effective Training and Skills Development.
4: Challenges of Training Motor Vehicle Mechanics for Changing World Contexts and Emergent Working Conditions: Cases of Kenya and Australia.
5: E-Learning Spaces.
6: Using Technology to Reintegrate Learning and Doing: IBM's Approach and Its Implications for Education.
7: Impact of Information and Communication Technologies and Influence of Millennial Students on the Role of CTE Teachers and Trainers.
8: Technologies for Learning and Transfer: Learning Frameworks and Technology Design for Career and Technical Education.
9: Facilitating Reflective Teaching: Video-Stimulated Reflective Dialogues as a Professional Development Process.
10: Trainees' Views Regarding Emphasis and Adequacy for Work of Institution-Based Automotive Training in Kenya and State of Victoria, Australia.
11: Real-Time in Cyberspace: Effective, Live Synchronous E-Learning.
12: Culturally-Sensitive E-Learning Practices for Career and Technical Education.
13: The Impact of E-Learning on CTE from an Adult Education Perspective.
14: Hypertinence, Serendipity or Elicitation of Passion for Knowledge? Some Critical Elements of Online Learning by Using Web 2.0 Resources.
15: Supervising Projects and Dissertations.
16: Fostering Online Communities of Practice in Career and Technical Education.
17: Integration of Human Resource Management Knowledge into Career and Technical Education.
18: Federal Funding for Career and Technical Education.
19: Facilitating Scholarly Discussion Boards for Human Resource Education.
20: Building a Holistic Foundation for Leadership and Management through Online Learning.
21: Innovative Strategies for Preparing and Developing Career and Technical Education Leaders.
22: E-Learning Applications for Adult Learning and Career and Technical Education.
23: Speaking of Technology: Teaching English Language Learners in CTE Programs.
24: Cohort Programming.
25: Impact of E-Learning on Adult Education: A Changing Postmodern Approach.
26: Trends and Lessons from the History of Contemporary Distance Learning.
27: Understanding Group Interaction and Knowledge Building in Virtual Learning Environments.
28: Using E-Learning to Increase Opportunities in CTE and Adult Education: Integrating Face-to-Face with Two-Way Interactive Video Instruction for Career and Technical Educators.
29: Barriers to Adult Learning.
30: Cultural Issues in Adult Education.
31: Lifelong Learning in the 21st Century.
32: Key Aspects of Teaching and Learning in the Online Environment.
33: An Integrated Evaluation Approach for E-Learning Systems in Career and Technical Education.
34: CTE Distance E-Learning Application: A Learner-Centered Approach.
35: Using and Evaluating Learning Objects for Online Courses in Vocational Education.
36: Self-Assessment in Building Online Communities of Learning.