Mwanza-Simwami , Daisy; Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; Clough, Gill; Whitelock, Denise; Ferguson, Rebecca and Sharples, Mike
Methods and models of next generation technology enhanced learning - White Paper.
In: Alpine Rendezvous 2011, 28-29 March 2011, La Clusaz, France.
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Our understanding of learning with technology is increasingly lagging behind technological advancements, such that it is no longer possible to fully understand learning with technologies without bringing together evidence from practice-based experiences and theoretical insight to inform research, design, policy and practice. Furthermore, whilst practical experiences and theoretical insights make significant contributions towards understanding learning with new technologies, the dynamic nature of learner practices and study contexts make it difficult to predict future requirements in terms of methods and models for next generation technology enhanced learning.
We therefore require formal and comprehensive methods and models of learning with technology that accommodate theory and practice whilst allowing us to anticipate methodological innovations that capture future transitions and changes in learner practices and study contexts, in order to inform research, design, policy and practice.
Workshop participants represented different communities of interest including research, design, evaluation and assessment. The overall objective was to anticipate methodological innovations in technology enhanced learning research and design over the next 5/10 years.
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||Alpine Rendez-Vous STELLAR White Paper:
Alpine Rendez-Vous 2011, France (2011) 10
||TEL; technology-enhanced learning; learning analytics; assessment; learning design; evaluation; digital technologies, cognitive learning, affective learning, psychomotor learning, socio-technical environments, grand challenges, STELLAR
||Institute of Educational Technology
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||Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET)
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