Admission for Distance Mode programs in various courses run by Centre for Distance and Open Learning (CDOL), Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) will begin from the second wpeek of July 2019 for the ensuing academic session 2019-20.
Prospectus and Application Forms along with the details of the courses, will be uploaded on the University Website www.jmi.ac.in/cdol in the second week of July 2019. The last date for completion of admission formalities is 31st August 2019.
In a significant move, UGC has restored recognition of one of the most sought after courses so far at CDOL, the BA General Programme and has also approved for introducing MBA program in Distance Mode as the university prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary next year.
The university takes pride to be the first academic institution (in dual mode category) in the country to introduce CBCS based Semester System for the Distance Mode learners.
All the Post Graduate Programmes of Study will run in CBCS based semester mode and will have the same curriculum, syllabi and the examination pattern as that of regular mode programs run by the University. The undergraduate programs, however, will continue in the annual mode as has been the practice.
Through distance learning, teaching jobs may become a reality for you. Also, distance learning is changing the teaching profession, and perhaps you could even become a distance-learning teacher.
Preparing for a Teaching Job Online
If you want to be a teacher, you need to get a teaching degree. You can either go to a brick-and-mortar college, or you can enter the virtual learning world and earn your degree through distance learning. Distance learning is being implemented in schools, colleges and other learning environments more all the time, and perhaps distance learning would prepare you better for the future of education than a traditional college would.
You need a teaching degree to enter the teaching profession, but you will need a masters degree to continue in it. Teachers are life-long learners, and you will want to take classes to keep up to date and improve your teaching skills as long as you have a teaching career. Distance learning, teaching jobs and continuing your education go together because you can learn while you are involved in a teaching job.
Distance Learning and the Teaching Profession
Distance learning is changing the way teaching is done. Many schools are making online classes available to help homeschoolers and to help high school students meet graduation requirements.
Some teachers use distance learning to individualize instruction for children who have learning disabilities or other special needs. Children who have illnesses that keep them out of school can keep up with their classmates through distance learning.
Some schools are implementing distance learning as part of the normal school structure. Classroom instruction is only one part of the total learning plan for any given subject. Distance learning broadens the learning environment into the home, and parents have more opportunities to be involved, which improves the child’s learning. The City of London, England, for example, has established the LGfL (London Grid for Learning), which links schools and children across the city to provide quality online education.
Distance Learning Teaching Jobs
As distance learning becomes more popular and more integrated into our culture, it is becoming a teaching specialty. Currently, schools usually have teachers prepare lessons for the classroom and online or distance learning. Distance learning requires a different set of skills than classroom learning does, and lesson preparation for distance learning has to take that into account. Specialized educational training in the theory, principles and practice of distance learning may earn you a distance learning teaching job.