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Interactive e-learning for media education

Interactive e-learning for media education

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Interactive e-learning and media education
Interaction represents a multiple interaction in the course of communication between users of information andcommunication system. This phenomenon is more relatedto repeat in time communication, full commitment of the participants, and continuous dialogue with the aim of generating ideas in a scientific, educational or researcharea. According to the EU's Lisbon Strategy, education andtraining are the main factors for the receipt andtransmission of knowledge and are an essential element of any innovation.Human resources are the most important capital in thestrategy stresses that investment in this field will determinethe further development and productivity in the EU. Peoplemust constantly update their knowledge, competence andqualifications. In March 2001 in Stockholm, the EuropeanCouncil adopted the 3 major strategic objectives fotraining and education and 13 specific tasks. Latter in 2002was approved work programme for implementing theseobjectives. Focus on integrated policy for education andtraining and information to citizens through communication programs, active involvement of universities in theinitiative "Europe of Knowledge". One of the objectives of the strategy is transforming the educational system andtraining in medium or long-term process. Creating a society
 based on knowledge and knowledge-oriented economy.The new work programme called "Education & Training2010". One of the tasks is - to create by 2005 d newsystems for evaluating the quality of secondary education,more dynamic university programs, mobile teachers, andeducation has close connection with culture, science, valuesand the business sector of the EU. Build a communication platform is a special "role of universities in building a"Europe of Knowledge ". These ideas and orientations in anunequivocal way correspondence with current practices ininteractive training and in particular in the training of students in the prevention of risks and threats inherent in 21century.
 New interactive networks as a concept is moreoriented towards services and not packaged software, andarchitecture, built on participation and collectiveintelligence. The perfect management system, knowledge- based interactive technologies, such as an end in itself, doesnot help to solve complex problems, but rather allows for their fixation and determination. It is thereforerecommended practices that enable people to learn moreabout the process, briefings, meetings and informaldiscussions. Understanding the true nature of theorganization, either with the help of modern researchmethods.Knowledge is more useful when it is distributedfreely on the market.
To solve these problems, it is possible to use three basicapproaches:o Focus on improving educational practices, nottechnology.o Understand the nature of the organization.o Directing with examples of successfully imposed in practice.Interaction, by definition, involves the immediate activecontact between students and their teachers, joint efforts in building a database related to the program and studiedcourses. Kemmis, Atkin, and Wright (1977 /, which offer adynamic, useful scheme for understanding the processes of human knowledge. With columns identify those externalfactors that affect the computer-based learning. The authorscited above, developed a model for using the f-structures inthe educational process consisting of 4 classes: F-themedstructures; F-pedagogical structures; Operating / System /f-structures; F-public structures. Then these classes aremodified in such a way as the basis for e-learning toacquire real dimensions. The main elements of the newsystem are:. Introduction and the introduction of e-learning;

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