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    ISTE Standards and E-Learning

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    What are the advantages and disadvantages of applying e-learning technology to K-12 curriculum?

    What potential obstacles or advantages can you see to application of technology standards to adult education and higher education?

    What cautionary guidelines would you recommend to educators as they attempt to integrate the ISTE Standards for Teacher standards into a curriculum and into an organization?

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    What are the advantages and disadvantages of applying e-learning technology to K-12 curriculum?

    Advantages, as stated in "An Analysis of e-Learning Impacts & Best Practices in Developing Countries", can include, improved student word processing skills, convenience in providing visual displays or presentation material, efficiency in teaching/marking/ lesson delivery, improved quality of education, better equipped students for today's technologically-advanced world, environmentally-friendly in many cases, increased modes of collaboration with other students, potential for interactive learning, improved student motivation etc.

    Disadvantages can include less physical activity for students, increased cost to provide technological tools and equipment, constant need to manage and trouble-shoot technological equipment, constant need to upgrade technological tools and equipment, differing pace at which students can grasp e-learning, increased exposure and reliability on media/ wifi, etc.

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    Standards in eLearning are examined as they relate to ISTE.

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