East Bridge University - Pedagogy

What is the process of distance higher education at EBU?

Learning can only be successful if we put the cognitive effort to extract information from a text, reprocess it, and represent it in writing. Studying is an activity that comprises reading and gathering data, then engaging in concept hierarchy and interrelation, which leads to data organising and writing. Classic memorisation is no longer the process of learning in accordance with freshly acquired thinking structures that aid in the development of our reasoning capacity and problem-solving abilities. Our intellectual growth is ongoing and ever-expanding. At East Bridge University, learning is more than just life training; it is a lifelong acquisition of freshly learned materials and abilities.

Our Learning Levels

We refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy for all our levels of learning. It is a classification that is widely used to assess educational goals worldwide. EBC's distant learning higher education methodology lays the road to achieving learning outcomes measured by reports, projects, and theses.

  • LEVEL 1. Knowledge and Comprehension
    This is accomplished through extensive reading and index preparation (Table of Contents). The student will be able to recognise and distinguish the program's core principles after completely reading the textbooks provided by EBU online learning higher education program. The chosen concepts must be sorted and ordered in a way that creates a logical index or table of contents that will serve as the framework for completing the required tasks. As a result, this index will demonstrate the learner's ability to comprehend the interrelationships, hierarchy, and general meaning of the program's primary features.
  • LEVEL 2. Analysis, Synthesis, and Development
    This is the level of analysing textbooks, selecting content, and producing your first draft. The student must study the learning materials and take notes on the selected text extracts based on the previously set index (table of contents). The format requirements must be met by the selected text excerpts. When needed, the student must scour the learning materials for information numerous times in order to extend or construct a gist of the knowledge. This constant process of text content adjustment will assist the student in categorising the information and help him/her to produce an appropriate first draft of assigned work.
  • LEVEL 3. Preparation and Assessment of the Final Assignment
    This is the end result of the assignment: report, project, or thesis. After finishing the initial draft of the academic assignment, the student must thoroughly review the work to identify any potential errors. The information provided should have a logical style, content, and organisation, as well as demonstrate adequate knowledge of the subject. The student's ability to analyse the various elements of the text and construct a new and cohesive structure will be used to evaluate the submitted work. To describe the material, the student may utilise pictures, charts, and examples.
  • LEVEL 4. Knowledge Application and Critical Thinking
    This is the result of case study analysis, problem-solving and findings, and professional experience. As an adult distance learning institute, EBU expects its students to evaluate the learning materials using their knowledge and understanding; express their opinion on the subject; demonstrate practical applications of the learned theoretical concepts; and explain those meaningfully in their written assignment. Individual judgments provided by the student must be properly explained and supported by valid evidence. Students typically gain critical thinking abilities from projects and thesis-level research work.

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