CE  Vol.2 No.2 , June 2011
E_Learning Effects on Teaching at ALBORZ High School (IRAN)
Abstract: Considering the advantages of e-learning, some investigations were performed to study customizing this method in teaching. This is the result of an experience which was conducted in one of Iranian high school (ALBORZ). The objective was to find a proper way while using internet facilities to teach courses which comply with existing teaching regulations in Iran.
Cite this paper: nullHeshmatpanah, J. & Neyestanak, A. (2011). E_Learning Effects on Teaching at ALBORZ High School (IRAN). Creative Education, 2, 71-75. doi: 10.4236/ce.2011.22010.

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