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Learning and Teaching with Technology Principles and Practices

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ISBN-10: 0749437766

ISBN-13: 9780749437763

Edition: 2004

Authors: Som Naidu

List price: $215.00
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Description:

Explores how technology is creating rich and productive learning environments. The book is structured around core teaching issues, such as: subject; activation of learning using ICT; supporting interaction; assessing outcomes; and providing feedback.
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Book details

List price: $215.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 11/1/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 356
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Notes on contributors
Series editor's foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Content representation
Model facilitated learning
Implicit theories of learning and change: their role in the development of e-learning environments for higher education
Designing graphical, interactive simulations to model scientific problem solving
Optimizing domain knowledge representation with multimedia objects
Activation of learning
Using interactive video-based multimedia to scaffold learning in teacher education
Using authentic patient encounters to engage medical students in a problem-based learning curriculum
Virtual learning in cultural studies: matching subject content and instructional delivery
Replicating practice complexities - multimedia innovation in social work education
Providing socialization support
Technology and second language learning through socialization
Developing social presence in online course discussions
Socialization through CMC in differently structured environments
Collaboration and community through simulation/role-play
Assessment of learning outcomes
Broadening assessment strategies with information technology
Applying assessment principles and expanding the focus of assessment to enhance learning online
The use of online assessment in stimulating a deeper approach to learning
Cognitive apprenticeship learning - ensuring far transfer of knowledge through computer-based assessment
Providing feedback
A feedback model and successful e-learning
Interactivity and feedback as determinants of engagement and meaning in e-learning environments
Fundamentals for structuring feedback in an online learning environment
Commentary: On learning and teaching with technology: principles and practices
Index