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English translation: presence education or presence learning

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23:17 Jan 21, 2004
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
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French term or phrase: apprentissage présentiel
. Le partenariat désire aménager des offres de formations originales visant à satisfaire des formes d’apprentissage variées (présentiel, autoformation, e-learning), favorisant l’accès à la connaissance dans des contextes différents : centres de formation, lieu de travail, domicile.
Mark Nathan
France
Local time: 11:38
English translation:presence education or presence learning
Explanation:
is what everyone in the world but native-English-speakers appears to say.

students can participate simultaneously from remote locations along with students attending via the virtual presence learning environments (VPLE) learning suites

LILIENTHAL provides a completely new way of teaching airline pilots. The course is being designed to provide 100 hours of theoretical training which is divided into a PC based phase (75 hours) and a "presence learning phase" (25 hours) … The "presence learning phase" takes place at a flight school or at a location close to the students. The instructor travels to the students

analysing the usage of different e-Learning environments in order to promote ambient learning covering Internet technologies as well as presence learning

For the accessibility to the necessary knowledge the students can get trained in lessons (presence learning), using books and literature, using electronic medias or asking tutors

we decided to use the difference as an Occam’s razor between distance (web-based) and presence (relationship to a “flesh- and-blood” teacher) in learning.

Presence Learning vs. Distance Education

we must remember that Internet isn't a savior or panacea which can solve everything, and that technology is no substitute for personal contact and presence education

QUITE WHAT NESs SAY, I HAVE NOT AS YET DETERMINED!


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Note added at 2004-01-22 00:29:38 (GMT)
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ILT might do it:

cost difference of providing eLearning versus Instructor-Led training is significant

The New Debate: eLearning versus classroom learning

opportunity cost savings alone are enough to demonstrate a 30+% ROI for eLearning versus ILT in the first year

ILT (instructor-led training): Usually refers to traditional classroom training, in which an instructor teaches a course to a room of learners

BUT:
Instructor led training, or ILT, can take on the following forms:
• Traditional classroom training provided by a third party vendor. This training most often occurs offsite at a vendor\'s location, but can also occur onsite.
• In-house training delivered by a company trainer – for example, a new employee orientation.
• ***Online*** training sessions or meetings delivered by a company trainer, such as WebEx workshops. These sessions occur online, and are only accessible to members of that organization.

Instructor-led Training (ILT): Traditional classroom-style instruction.

Too many locations for face-to-face training, but still want immediate instructor feedback? What about instructor-led conference call training or distance learning? Instructor-led training brings the Instructor on-site to your location or provides a location for students to meet in a classroom environment
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xxxBourth
Local time: 11:38
Grading comment
Great answer, thanks.
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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presence education or presence learning


Explanation:
is what everyone in the world but native-English-speakers appears to say.

students can participate simultaneously from remote locations along with students attending via the virtual presence learning environments (VPLE) learning suites

LILIENTHAL provides a completely new way of teaching airline pilots. The course is being designed to provide 100 hours of theoretical training which is divided into a PC based phase (75 hours) and a "presence learning phase" (25 hours) … The "presence learning phase" takes place at a flight school or at a location close to the students. The instructor travels to the students

analysing the usage of different e-Learning environments in order to promote ambient learning covering Internet technologies as well as presence learning

For the accessibility to the necessary knowledge the students can get trained in lessons (presence learning), using books and literature, using electronic medias or asking tutors

we decided to use the difference as an Occam’s razor between distance (web-based) and presence (relationship to a “flesh- and-blood” teacher) in learning.

Presence Learning vs. Distance Education

we must remember that Internet isn't a savior or panacea which can solve everything, and that technology is no substitute for personal contact and presence education

QUITE WHAT NESs SAY, I HAVE NOT AS YET DETERMINED!


--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2004-01-22 00:29:38 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

ILT might do it:

cost difference of providing eLearning versus Instructor-Led training is significant

The New Debate: eLearning versus classroom learning

opportunity cost savings alone are enough to demonstrate a 30+% ROI for eLearning versus ILT in the first year

ILT (instructor-led training): Usually refers to traditional classroom training, in which an instructor teaches a course to a room of learners

BUT:
Instructor led training, or ILT, can take on the following forms:
• Traditional classroom training provided by a third party vendor. This training most often occurs offsite at a vendor\'s location, but can also occur onsite.
• In-house training delivered by a company trainer – for example, a new employee orientation.
• ***Online*** training sessions or meetings delivered by a company trainer, such as WebEx workshops. These sessions occur online, and are only accessible to members of that organization.

Instructor-led Training (ILT): Traditional classroom-style instruction.

Too many locations for face-to-face training, but still want immediate instructor feedback? What about instructor-led conference call training or distance learning? Instructor-led training brings the Instructor on-site to your location or provides a location for students to meet in a classroom environment


xxxBourth
Local time: 11:38
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 18679
Grading comment
Great answer, thanks.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  rene_teews: thanks for the "lesson", Bourth :)
11 mins

agree  moya
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agree  Anita Milos: WOW! Thanks :-)
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