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GKE CERTIFICATION PROCESS FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS

The GKE Foundation is vitally interested in identifying high-quality distance education programs most suitable for use worldwide. Such programs can be built around traditional video materials or even correspondence courses, but also will include the many new on-line courses as well as videoconferencing and satellite feed opportunities. Programs that use some combination of approaches such as satellite down links joined with other delivery systems to provide customizable solutions are of the most interest to GKE.

The following workshops or seminars provide some insight into Distance learning programs.

HOW TO PLAN, DESIGN AND RE-ENGINEER THE HIGH PERFORMANCE, TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTED CLASSROOMS OR TRAINING FACILITIES FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.
This seminar focuses on how the Global Knowledge Exchange, Inc. (GKE) can provide a global, electronic information infrastructure for managing educational, distance learning systems in the twenty-first century for both educational corporate marketplaces. Information is presented on how to plan and reengineer curriculum, teach methodology, technology requirements, and instructional facilities.

HOW TO PLAN, DESIGN, AND IMPLEMENT A DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM.
A step-by-step, four-phase planning methodology is presented for planning, designing and implementing distance learning in an educational corporate environment. The specific phases include Phase l: Building the Classroom Communication Infrastructure, Phase ll: Point to Point Communication Classroom to Classroom, Phase lll: Point to Multi-point Communication Classroom to Many Classrooms, Phase lV: Continuing Operation and Implementation.

FUTUREVISIONEERINGTM YOUR DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSROOM FACILITY.
This seminar identifies the most significant, emerging and future computer and communications technologies which may impact the distance learning facility in the next decade. Implications of these technologies on the issues of acoustics, lighting, ergonomics, space planning, air quality, and furniture selection are discussed. Proactive recommendations on required infrastructure necessary to ˇ°futureproofˇ± your facility for the decade ahead along with guidelines on connection to the ˇ°virtual student.ˇ±

EXECUTIVE SEMINAR ON PERFORMANCE BASED TRAINING.
An 8-hour seminar centered around both the technical approach and the management issues of Performance-Based Training (PBT). The seminar is designed for the corporate/institute management of planning, human resources and training which involves mission critical operations. The seminar overviews the development and implementation of PBT; reviews the necessary infrastructure; examines the impact of PBT on productivity, safety, and corporate bottom-line; provides advice on how to avoid the stumbling blocks and pitfalls to effective PBT programs.

HOW TO PLAN, DESIGN AND RE-ENGINEER SCHOOLS FOR THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY.
This Seminar focuses on how the Global Knowledge Exchange, Inc. (GKE) can assist education administrators strategically plan and re-engineer school equipped for learning in the 21st Century. Information on developing a global, cost effective electronic information infrastructure for managing educational systems is presented. Case studies will be used on how schools are reengineering curriculum, teaching methodology, and instructional facilities.



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