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Developing a Student-Generated Virtual Museum for Ubiquitous Learning - A Design-Based Research Study | LinkedIn

Developing a Student-Generated Virtual Museum for Ubiquitous Learning - A Design-Based Research Study | LinkedIn | Go Big | Scoop.it
Currently, dramatic changes take place in terms of rapidly emerging modes of communication, technologies, increased cultural diversity, evolving workplaces cultures, new challenges for equitable education and the varying and changing identities of students everywhere. Bearing this in mind, this article draws on a design-based research study to argue of the need for museums to respond to global trends and fulfill their social and educational imperatives by investigating the potential of a particular pedagogical framework that is grounded in culturally inclusive pedagogical practices and characteristics of ubiquitous learning.
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A useful resource on appropriate implementation of educational technology and its practical implications for students. This empirically-based study, indicates that addressing museum-based multiliteracies within a blended learning environment can be meaningful for ubiquitous learning.
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THE OFFICIAL ANDREASCY's curator insight, October 6, 2017 4:20 PM

In this article, a design-based research approach is presented, which utilizes multiliteracies pedagogy to support ubiquitous learning during the design of a student-generated virtual museum. The findings from implementing the museum-school synergy, indicate that there is potential for beneficial ubiquitous learning experiences for students when theory-based practice is undertaken.

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Re-imagining #Schooling: School as an Affinity Space for #21stcentury Through a #Multiliteracies Lens

Re-imagining #Schooling: School as an Affinity Space for #21stcentury Through a #Multiliteracies Lens | Go Big | Scoop.it

Author: Stephania Savva  


The core of this chapter reports on the development, implementation and evaluation of a theory based framework named Affinity Multiliteracies Practice (AMP) with the intention to provide an example of a teaching and learning approach to schooling that acknowledges students’ multiple and diverse identities, experiences and capabilities while also equipping them to become the flexible and dynamic learners required in the 21st century.


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Stephania Savva, Ph.D's curator insight, May 10, 2016 5:04 PM
An innovative perspective on teaching and learning based on empirical fieldwork undertaken with primary aged students for a doctoral thesis investigation.
Stephania Savva, Ph.D's comment, May 12, 2016 2:50 PM
Thanks for sharing!
Stephania Savva, Ph.D's comment, May 28, 2016 6:36 PM
Thanks for sharing!