THE CONCEPTUAL BASES FOR DESIGNING MODULE "TOOLS FOR ADAPTIVE LEARNING AND LEARNING STYLES" WITHIN MOOC COURSE "ICT TOOLS FOR E-LEARNING"

Автор(и)

  • Josef Malach University of Ostrava
  • Kateřina Kostolányová University of Ostrava
  • Milan Chmura University of Ostrava
  • Ingrid Nagyová University of Ostrava
  • Tatiana Prextová University of Ostrava

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https://doi.org/10.28925/2414-0325.2016.2t3440

Ключові слова:

adaptive learning, adaptive instruction, learning styles, adaptive learning tools, adaptive learning systems, intelligent adaptive learning, adaptive educational hypermedia systems

Анотація

The study presents a short overview of the development of the adaptive learning concept, shows its contribution to effective learning and teaching and introduces trends of its further development which – in the form of adaptive e-learning – are related to the use of the ever-developing ICT. It also presents the current ICT system tools. Furthermore, it provides information about the research and design results of the “Ostrava School” of adaptive e-learning. The results, together with a number of other inputs, will provide the content framework for the specialized educational module “Tools for Adaptive Learning and Learning Styles” within the MOOC course “OCI Tools for E-leaning”, which is being developed as an output of the IRNET international project.

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Біографії авторів

Josef Malach, University of Ostrava

Pedagogical Faculty

Kateřina Kostolányová, University of Ostrava

Pedagogical Faculty

Milan Chmura, University of Ostrava

Pedagogical Faculty

Ingrid Nagyová, University of Ostrava

Pedagogical Faculty

Tatiana Prextová, University of Ostrava

Pedagogical Faculty

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2016-09-06

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Malach, J., Kostolányová, K., Chmura, M., Nagyová, I., & Prextová, T. (2016). THE CONCEPTUAL BASES FOR DESIGNING MODULE "TOOLS FOR ADAPTIVE LEARNING AND LEARNING STYLES" WITHIN MOOC COURSE "ICT TOOLS FOR E-LEARNING". Електронне наукове фахове видання “ВІДКРИТЕ ОСВІТНЄ Е-СЕРЕДОВИЩЕ СУЧАСНОГО УНІВЕРСИТЕТУ”, (2), 34–40. https://doi.org/10.28925/2414-0325.2016.2t3440

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