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Educational Alternatives, Volume 12, 2014

Dragana Glušac, Dijana Karuović, Zlatibor Veljković, Dušanka Milanov
Pages: 500-506
Published: 4 Sep 2014
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Abstract: This paper presents the principle of connectivist learning style and problem-oriented e-learning, as a part of regular teaching process. Learning style describes the way of thinking, processing and understanding of information. Since perception of the external information is various for different people, there is no dominant learning style. Student’s style depends on age, learning circumstances, as well as learning needs. However, active role of student in teaching is a postulate of modern approach in teaching process and in e-learning. Active teaching by its definition presents a teaching process organized in such way that student actively participates in forming the knowledge system, by exploring and solving problem situations. Connectivism, alternative learning theory of the digital age, recently has been included in literature sources, and it places the student in the center of educational process with problem-oriented situations.
Keywords: e-learning, problem-oriented, video on demand
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