In Destination 2: Adult Learning, you learned
about adult education theory, and in Destination 3: Distance Education Instructional Design, you learned about the instructional design
process in a distance course. In this section, you'll be introduced to distance
education teaching strategies.
Specifically, you will learn the
following driving skills (objectives):
- Balancing structure and control in a distance education course.
- Differentiating and implementing instructional design
strategies for distance education.
- Identifying the advantages and disadvantages of using chats and
- Developing instruction that is accessible to distance education
learners with various disabilities.
the end of each destination is a Resources Page
with a glossary, support materials and references. To access other sections,
return to the Table of Contents.
Let's first look at the
issue of structure and control in a
distance education course.
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