Authors: Nikolić, Vesna
Velimirović, Jelena 
Affiliations: Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts 
Title: Pedagogical Issues in the Design of an E-learning System
First page: 71
Last page: 72
Conference: 2nd National Conference on Information Theory and Complex Systems TINKOS 2014, Nis, Serbia, June 16-17, 2014.
Issue Date: 2014
Rank: M34
A complex e-learning system includes numerous pedagogical and didactic-methodological issues related to teaching and learning. Pedagogical-didactic system, being a subsystem of the complex e-learning system, contains a number of dilemmas and unsolved problems which are all related to the analysis of the e-learning system as it plays an important role in the process of knowledge acquisition. Some of the problems deal with didactic principles of e-learning, selection of educational resources and editing tools, preparation and formatting of learning and teaching materials, both electronic and printed. Internal organization of e-learning, its learning methods, forms, and techniques, as well as structure and articulation of an individual lesson are being discussed as potential problems, too. Special teaching methods and tutoring, evaluation and assessment are equally important in e-learning. Basic pedagogical issues are related to content analysis, audience analysis, goal analysis, media analysis, approaches to instructional design and learning strategies. All decisions related to the complex e-learning system design can be implemented on the basis of pedagogical analyses presented and defined in this paper.
Keywords: pedagogical issues | complex e-learning system | analysis
Publisher: Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Project: Development of new information and communication technologies, based on advanced mathematical methods, with applications in medicine, telecommunications, power systems, protection of national heritage and education 

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