International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 4 Area: Education

153
Maha Mohammad KHALED
DISTANCE LEARNING, TEACHING AND EVALUATION STRATEGIES IN THE SUBJECT OF CREATIVE WORKSHOP FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD
 
The Corona pandemic (covid19) imposed itself on the world in 2020, which called for rapid action to find distance educational solutions, with an experimental approach aimed at the quality and development of learning. It has obligated lecturers in universities of all subjects to learn to use distance learning techniques and to adapt to them, by identifying strategies of distance education, learning and evaluation and linking them to learning outcomes. These strategies are influencing factors in the success of the e-learning programs (from Zoom Microsoft and others), as alternative programs through which we seek to achieve quality in the distance learning process with the creative workshop subject. The requirements of these modern applications in higher education necessitate focusing on choosing distance learning strategies that lead to active learning and highlight the role and effectiveness of the learner. Teaching, learning and evaluation strategies vary differ from one program or course to another as a result of their different nature, so this modern method must be implemented on the teacher and the learner professionally in order to compensate for the lack of direct communication. The research tries to present the most prominent and appropriate strategies of teaching, learning and evaluation in the subject of the creative workshop for early childhood online, up to the mutual evaluation, in addition to detailing the difficulties and obstacles and how to overcome them.

Keywords: Early Childhood, Creative Workshop, Evaluation Strategies.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.4-3.7
 
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