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Subject: DELM-313 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ALTERNATIVE DELIVERY SYSTEMSCourse: DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHYMajor: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENTDesign and Development of Alternative Delivery SystemsThe course focuses on the design and development of educationaldelivery systems appropriate in a technology-enabled society. Topics fordiscussion will include e-learning, distance education, technology-enablededucational platforms among others.Having studied Design and Development of Alternative Delivery Systems,I believe I have grown in my teaching capabilities in designing and developingalternative delivery systems and hope to apply what I have learned to my futureteaching journey in the Department of Education. What I have learned: Introduction to design and development of alternative deliverysystems  Conduct of e-learning, distance education, technology-enablededucational platforms among others Alternative delivery systems in the basic education  Alternative delivery systems in the higher education Critic the educational delivery systems in a context of globalizationand 21st century education Based on our discussions, Alternative delivery systems are managementsystems used in Inclusion classrooms that provide support for students andmaximize learning while being presented with the core curriculum. It is anapproach that uses success-oriented presentations and the elements ofcollaboration and school-based coordination in its implementation. The goal ofalternative delivery systems is to develop many creative ways of workingtogether for the benefit of all students.SET UP A HOMEWORK SCHEDULE. For some children, theresponsibility of deciding when to sit down and do homework may be too difficult.Children may decide to do their homework after school or after dinner. This is apersonal choice and has to do with learning style. However, once the time isdetermined, the schedule should be adhered to as closely as possible.CHECK SMALL GROUPS OF PROBLEMS AT A TIME. Many childrencan benefit from immediate gratification. Have your child do five problems andthen come to you to check them. Additionally, if the child is doing the assignmentincorrectly, the error can be detected and explained, preventing your child fromdoing the entire assignment incorrectly.DISCUSS HOMEWORK QUESTIONS BEFORE YOUR CHILD READSTHE CHAPTER. Discuss the questions to be answered before your child readsthe chapter. In this way, he/she will know what important information to look forwhile reading.BE AWARE OF POSSIBLE SIGNS OF MORE SERIOUS LEARNINGPROBLEMS. Parents should always be aware of symptoms indicating thepossibility of more serious learning problems. Many of these symptoms mayshow up during homework. If these symptoms present a pattern, contact thepsychologist or resource room teacher for further assistance. Such symptomsmay include, constant avoidance of homework, forgetting to bring homeassignments, taking hours to do homework, procrastination of class work, lowfrustration tolerance, labored writing, poor spelling etc.CHECK HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS AT THE END OF THE NIGHT.This will reduce the child's concerns over the thought of bringing incorrecthomework to school. This also offers children a feeling of accomplishment, asource of positive attention and a sense of security that the work is completed. Action plan to enhance the implementation of Alternative Learning SystemTeaching in the classroom is far more suitable for students and providesbetter opportunities for students overall educational development. This speciallyapplies to students in lower elementary education who need support of expertassistants in many aspects such as emotional and social development,development of reading, writing, calculating, organization of time and space. Forolder students distance learning is more suitable and shows better results.Distance education can be implemented for most subjects and study programwithout major difficulties and advantages of the distance education come to thefore. Experience and research in the field of e-learning in higher education arenumerous and elaborated in scientific and professional papers.Mainly face to face teaching (in classes). All students shall return to theschools and higher education institutions where they will spend most of theirtime. The abovementioned model includes certain period of time during whichdistance learning model will be applied because it is suitable under “normal”conditions or necessary because the epidemiological situation has brieflydeteriorated. Distance learning model gives students opportunity to take qualityapproach in learning.Combined teaching model. Combined teaching model implies thatstudents participate in teaching, but from home using ICT. In doing so, they haveaccess to digital materials and a virtual learning and teaching environment. Thisallows for a flexible approach to deciding which classes or groups of students willreside in schools or higher education institutions. Teaching will therefore bepartly carried out in schools and partly at home through a virtual environment.The priority is the optimal use of physical capacities in school taking intoconsideration all epidemic measures. This means that not all students will beable to attend classes in school at the same time but prioritize which studentsshould attend classes in school and for others ensure occasional teaching in theschools. For example, students up to 11 years old (1-4 grade elementaryschools) will attend classes in school and for others distance learning model willbe applied. Reasons for such implementation are both pedagogical andepidemiological. It is possible to establish the weekly exchange of other studentsin schools as well, in order to have one group of students who are attendingclasses in school and other group at home. In this case there will be optimal useof school infrastructure in accordance with IATF framework, and students will beable to attend classes whenever

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