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Effective Teaching Methods for Knowledge Transfer Improvement

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  • Ana Lakatos

    (Faculty of Management Novi Sad, Serbia)

  • Ana Lakatos

    (Andrea Borsos)

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    The pressures at every level of training and education in the 21st century are paradoxical. We must reduce costs, increase student numbers and improve quality. The main question still remains: how can we personalize and customize learning and yet make it efficient and effective? Along the way, we have seen the birth of the "virtual universities." Higher and corporate educations are seeing the most dramatic challenges and opportunities, but primary and secondary education are gradually digitizing too. In accordance with the law, the question arises: how to learn to organize as soon as possible and with as little hassle to learn more? There are no simple answers and prescriptions because any new learning is in some way unique. Several methods are developed in favour to lift the level of embracing knowledge. The authors of this paper will embassies the increasing need for implementing those methods in the educational process. There are, of course, many ways to use new technologies for teaching and learning. However, especially e-learning activities are designed for efficiency. They are reusable. They improve more when they are employed. They involve other learners and readily available electronic resources. They can be used for participants who never meet or in combination with classroom activities or print-based distance learning. Combining other methods of learning and teaching with e-learning, could be the key element for future success in the educational processes.

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    This chapter was published in: Ana Lakatos & Ana Lakatos , , pages 455-464, 2011.
    This item is provided by International School for Social and Business Studies, Celje, Slovenia in its series Knowledge as Business Opportunity: Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2011 with number 455-464.
    Handle: RePEc:isv:mklp11:455-464
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