The Internet has delivered an explosion of learning opportunities for today’s students, creating an abundance of information, knowledge, and teachers as well as a starkly different landscape from the one in which our ideas about school were born.
"Mayes and de Freitas (2004) state that the use of technology can be used to achieve better learning outcomes, more effective assessments or a more cost effective way of bringing learning environments to students; and that reforming practice requires transformation of the understanding of the principles. So what are the pedagogical principles behind 'e' learning?"
UW Today Pioneering MOOC instructors remain enthusiastic UW Today The first reports from the pioneers of massive open online courses, or MOOCs, at the UW contain a mixture of humility and abiding enthusiasm for this new education platform.
It has been a real pleasure for me to act as the Program Chair together with Tobias Ley (Tallin University) of the Eight European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning 2013. In a previous post, I published a summary ...
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