Today we are somewhere between the analog and the digital world, therefore there is a huge need to retrain and take the step to become part of the 2.0 environment.
The information and knowledge society has generated new environments, new ways of learning, new methodologies, tools, roles and countless concepts that are transforming our daily practice as professionals.
The three options I propose are: classroom training, blended learning (b-learning) or online (e-learning)
Where student and teacher share a common space to develop the teaching-learning process, and where a group model of shared experience and interaction with others is facilitated
A teaching model that combines classroom teaching and blended teaching through technology. There is a classroom period, complemented with online educational platforms through chats or discussion forums.
Basic skills in the use of ICT (information and communications technology) are increasingly in demand. They are handled by reducing attendance in the classroom for a better match with your schedule and availability. We are in a learning system called b-learning.
In e-learning immediacy prevails, information is collected as required and in a flexible, easy and accessible way. The student is the one who controls the tempo, chooses the time and pace, so that learning is done on an individual and in a very personal manner.
Online education requires the greatest responsibility and discipline from students.
We have all the information we need on line 24 hours a day. And the use of online tools such as video tutorials is common. All this, is available through mobile devices: a laptop, a mobile or tablet. This form known as e-learning allows students to place the classroom wherever they want. Information is available everywhere.