Iran: E-Learning und digitales Lernen in Berufsbildungssystemen
Die Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen des digitalen Lernens in der Corona- und Post-Corona-Zeit standen im Mittelpunkt eines Webinars der iranischen Technical and Vocational University.
International Webinar of Technical and Vocational University on E-learning and Digital Learning in TVET Systems: Workshop and Laboratory Courses
Part 2 of the international webinar held on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 with title "Online Training of Workshop and Laboratory Courses" with the presence and speech of Dr. Jahanshahi, Deputy of Research and Technology, and Mr. Amir Radfar, International Consultant of Technical and Vocational Education and former representative of the German Institute iMOVE in Iran and it was hosted by Mr. Farajollah Talebi, Director General of the Office of Scientific and International Cooperation, and was attended by officials, professors and students of colleges and faculties across the country.
At the beginning of the webinar, Mr. Talebi, while reviewing the points raised in the previous webinar, stressed the need to exchange international experiences in e-learning workshop courses and use these experiences as the fastest and most cost-effective approach in developing and updating skills training. To know.
Mr. Radfar began his presentation by defining the concepts of e-learning and e-learning and the differences between the two approaches, and outlined the reasons for the increasing human need for distance learning in the Corona and post-Corona eras. He also spoke about the problems and solutions that European industrialized countries have faced in skill training during this period. He then points to the new methods that are being used in leading countries today, such as "Blended Learning" and the development of multimedia interaction infrastructure as the main factor in the success of developed countries in e-learning and changing the role of teacher to guide. Introduced as the second effective factor.
The following were other factors that contributed to the advancement of e-learning:
- Production of electronic content
- Creating a culture and changing students' attitudes to the learning process
- Utilization of international experiences
- Communicating with those in charge of technical and vocational education in developed countries
- Maximizing the facilities available in workshops and laboratories
- Development and localization of simulators
- Utilization of social networks, sharing educational videos and ...
He also pointed out some of the challenges in virtual skills training, including the ultimate need to experience the skills learned in real workshops.
Engineer Radfar ended his presentation by introducing online skills training resources.
Dr. Jahanshahi, while appreciating the guest speaker and the international director general of the university for holding this webinar, referred to the role of research in the development of today's society and the passage in which scientific research is a luxury item of scientific centers. They started coming.
He further reminded the need to strengthen the relationship between research and technology with the Office of Scientific and International Cooperation and introduced the Technical and Vocational University as a unique model of skills training. The mission of this university is to teach vocational training and skills in parallel with the promotion of engineering knowledge at three levels: Hi-Tech, Medium-Tech, and Low-Tech, and this point is the difference between this university and other technical and vocational education authorities in the country. He also reminded that professors and students should not focus only on the development of knowledge at the Hi-Tech level, because many issues and problems of all societies in the national and international arenas can be solved at both Medium-Tech and Low-Tech levels.
Dr. Jahanshahi also announced the start of 30 virtual laboratories that can be used in all centers of the country from the next semester, which will cover many workshop and laboratory courses in the fields of technical and vocational universities.
In the end, Mr. Talebi, while thanking and appreciating the presence of colleagues from the affiliated centers of the Technical and Vocational University throughout the country and emphasizing the need for schools and colleges to declare the need for the international section to expand and update the process of e-learning and learning using from international experiences, they stated that the University Office of Scientific and International Cooperation always welcomes the suggestions and requests of the centers in the field of development of international scientific cooperation.
Quelle: Technical and Vocational University, tvu.ac.ir, 02.01.2021