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Teaching as a Design Science : Designing and Assessing the Effectiveness of the Pedagogy in Learning Technologies

Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning (May 30, 2013)

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MAJOR SPEAKER : Laurillard, Diana
LENGTH : 67 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : Pedagogic innovation is increasingly important as we try to respond to an economic, social, cultural, and technological environment that changes almost too quickly for our education systems to keep pace. Teachers have to negotiate responsive curricula that will not date by the time their students have graduated, and have to teach in a way that enables more students to attain high level learning outcomes. To achieve this professional miracle we will need to change the nature of our professional activity, and will need technology to assist us. First, we have to recognise that teaching is a 'design science', that uses what we know about teaching and learning, and takes an iterative approach to discovering and testing how to make it optimally effective. Second, we have to exploit to the full capabilities of digital technology if we are to achieve this difficult task of producing larger scale and higher quality learning. Third, it will be essential to exploit the 'learning analytics' capabilities of technology to record and analyse the changes in student performance so that we can test the effectiveness of the different pedagogies we design. The presentation will discuss tools to assist teachers in characterising pedagogy and assessment as it is represented in learning technologies of different types.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

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