Information and Communication Technologies: Towards a Mediated Learning Context

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Title Information and Communication Technologies: Towards a Mediated Learning Context
Author Finger, Glenn; McGlasson, Maret Anne; Finger, Paul
Book Title Technology and Diversity in Higher Education: New Challenges
Editor Yukiko Inoue
Year Published 2007
Place of publication Hershey
Publisher Information Science Publishing
Abstract Teaching and learning in the 21st century should be markedly different from earlier times through the design of new teaching and learning environments. Through the presentation of three models of technology-rich learning environments (teacher-directed, learner-centered and mediated), this chapter provides a case study of the design and delivery of a course called Learning with Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) guided by a mediated learner approach, using new approaches to using ICTs and assessment for learning as key course design drivers. That course aims to prepare future teachers who demonstrate strong theoretical and practical understanding of designing and creating effective ICT teaching and learning experiences, and are confident and proficient users of ICTs. We provide an analysis of the implementation of that course through the presentation of the learning stories and reflections of students. Specific discussion is provided about the conceptualization and implementation of an e-portfolio approach to promote deep learning.
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Copyright Statement Copyright 2007 Idea Group Reference. Use hypertext link for access to publisher's website.
Chapter Number 5
Page from 81
Page to 102
ISBN 1-59904-316-5
Date Accessioned 2007-03-14
Language en_AU
Research Centre Griffith Institute for Educational Research
Faculty Faculty of Education
Subject PRE2009-Educational Technology and Media
Publication Type Book Chapters
Publication Type Code b1

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