The book examines the underlying principles that guide effective teaching in an age when everyone,and in particular the students we are teaching, are using technology. A framework for making decisions about your teaching is provided, while understanding that every subject is different, and every instructor has something unique and special to bring to their teaching.The book enables teachers and instructors to help students develop the knowledge and skills they will need in a digital age: not so much the IT skills, but the thinking and attitudes to learning that will bring them success.
Inclusive learning and teaching recognises all students' entitlement to a learning experience that respects diversity, enables participation, removes barriers and anticipates and considers a variety of learning needs and preferences. Inclusive learning takes into account educational, cultural and social background and experience, physical or sensory impairment and mental well-being.
"This report gives an overview of the literature published between 2004 and 2013 relating to government and sector-level tertiary e-learning initiatives in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States."
Research & Practice in Assessment is an online journal dedicated to the advancement of scholarly discussion between researchers and practitioners in the field of student learning outcomes assessment in higher education. It is dedicated to the advancement of scholarly discussions amongst researchers and practitioners in this evolving field.
"The Peeragogy Handbook isn't a normal book. It is an evolving guide, and it tells a collaboratively written story that you can help write. Using this book, you will develop new norms for the groups you work with --- whether online, offline, or both."
Mahara offers basic statistics by default, but advanced reporting functionnality is not available. By using a separate tool that integrates well with Mahara, such as the open source Piwik, Mahara administrators can benefit from a multitude of insightful analytics reports.
This presentation will showcase some examples of such analytics and how they can help:
- Understand user behavior and their interactions with Mahara. - Increase user engagement by analysing the data and implementing changes. - monitor over time the availability, speed, and evolution of the Mahara system.
Self‐ and Peer Assessment in Massive Open Online Courses Wilfried Admiraal, Bart Huisman, Nadira Saab, Ben Smit, Brigitte Theeuwes, Maarten van de Ven, Roeland van der Rijst, Jan van Driel and Marja Verstelle 1 Open Educational Resources: Higher Education Students’ Knowledge and use Paulo Alves, Luísa Miranda and Carlos Morais 11 A Framework for the Analysis of Collaborative and Interactive Elements in MOOCs Rasmus Kvist Andersen, Kristian Garp, Kevin Nellemann; Melissa Frost Nielsen and Rikke Ørngreen 19 Learning Conversations to Support Peer Review in Online and Blended Learning Environments Trish Andrews Gail Wilson and Neroli Sheldon 29 Action Possibilities of Educational Technologies in Multicultural Learning Environments Edilson Arenas 36 Online Formative Assessment in Higher Education: Its Pros and Cons Zwelijongile Gaylard Baleni 43 Digital Narratives: Examining Evolving Teacher‐ Learner Roles in Authentic Online Communities Wendy Barber 48 Using Tablets for e‐Assessment of Project‐Based Learning Elvira Bolat and Milena Bobeva 56 Virtual Pedagogical Meetings Using Contextualized Forums and Opinion Mining Farida Bouarab‐Dahmani, Razika Tahi and Tayeb Bouazid 65 One Among Many: The iPad in Shifting Material Cultures of Learning Mie Buhl and Bente Meyer 73 Introducing the Collaborative Learning Modeling Language (ColeML) Jeppe Bundsgaard 81 Weak Student Identification: How Technology Can Help Hana Bydžovská and Lubomír Popelínský 89 Promoting a Community of Practice Online: How Important is Social Presence? Maggie Carson 98 Computer‐Adaptive Testing: Item Analysis and Statistics for Effective Testing Ivana Cechova, Jiri Neubauer and Marek Sed‐ lacik 106 Utilization of web Portals at Kazakh and Czech University ‐ Comparative Study Miloslava Černá, Petra Poulová and Michal Sláma 113 Trends in Acceptance of Social Software Applications in Higher Education From the Perspective of University Students ‐ Case Study Miloslava Černá 121
"The eLearning guidelines (eLg) have been developed to assist the tertiary sector in its engagement with eLearning. The guidelines offer prompts for reflection from five perspectives - the learner, teacher, manager, organisational leader and quality assurance body. When considering one of these perspectives in the eLearning and eTeaching process, the guidelines assist the designing, implementing and enhancing of your practice to ensure thoughtful and intentional eLearning provision."
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