E-Learning Application in English Teaching


active learning, metacognition and transfer of learning were identified as three key concepts of the new science of learning in English Teaching Process. The mode that e-learning applications embrace these applications through active engagement, social learning, continuous feedback and real world applications was discussed. This paper finally drew the conclusion: 1. e-learning applications can be personalised to the learner's needs and still provide communication tools that foster collaborative, pro-social work; 2. e-learning offers an anytime-anywhere transfer of information in English Teaching Process which cultivates English Teaching Process both inside and outside the classroom.

  • Abstract
  • Key Words
  • Introduction
  • 1. E-Learnevg Externalities
  • 2. Training English Teachers to Use E-Learning
  • 3. English Teaching Standardization
  • 4. Acadenic Integrity
  • 5. Software Filters and Surveillance
  • 6. Strategies for E-Learning Application
  • 7. Create Flexible Training Systems for English Teachers
  • 8. Use E-Learning to Enhance, Not Substitute Traditional Classroom Teaching
  • 9. Leverage E-Learnevg Applications Outside the Classroom
  • 10. Lose the “E” in E-Learning
  • 11. Conclusion
  • References

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