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Pedagogy and technology II

Posted on 09 Jun 2011 with 0 comments
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DERN has reported on research into the mix of pedagogy and technology previously citing the 2010 OECD report Inspired by Technology, Driven by Pedagogy: A systemic approach to technology-based school innovations. The OECD report examines a systematic approach to school innovation by utilising the opportunities that Web 2.0 affords for pedagogy. However, the question that arises from this report is, 'What are the learning theories about which pedagogy can be developed for using ICT?' This question is elegantly addressed by Terry Anderson and Jon Dron in their recent and succinct paper Three Generations of Distance Education Pedagogy in a special issue on Connectivism of the refereed online journal The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Education. Three Generations of Distance Education Pedagogy is an important overview for educators about the strength and weaknesses of pedagogies developed from generations of learning theories.

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