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Evaluating the effective use of emerging technologies in education - Open Research Online

Evaluating the effective use of emerging technologies in education - Open Research Online | Disruptive Nostalgia in Education UK | Scoop.it

The aim of this tutorial is to present practical guidance for evaluating the effectiveness of educational initiatives involving social software and emerging technologies to support student learning and engagement. Examples of such initiatives are: inclusion of a blog in a course to encourage reflective learning, or having a wiki in a course for fostering team-working skills, or an activity in a 3D virtual world to enable students to learn through simulations, or the use of Delicious for bookmarking resources, or an App on a smartphone. ‘Evaluation’ implies investigating the usability, pedagogical effectiveness (does it meet the learning outcomes?), student experience, and impact on direct stakeholders such as educators and technical support staff (in terms of workload and support required).


Via GRIAL Univ Salamanca, Mark Smithers, John Rudkin
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Pedagogy 3.0? Pedagogy 2.0 has failed...

Pedagogy 3.0? Pedagogy 2.0 has failed... | Disruptive Nostalgia in Education UK | Scoop.it

The past decade’s dream of a “Pedagogy 2.0” that would successfully harness Web 2.0 for developmental education purposes has resulted in severe disappointment...

 

Challenging paper : 'Work, Write and Fight: Why Pedagogy 2.0 Has Failed and How to Fix It' by Owen Williamson at the University of Texas at El Paso


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
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Paulo Moekotte's comment, November 16, 2011 5:33 AM
Scientific article or manifesto??