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Effective and ineffective uses of emerging technologies: towards a transformative pedagogical model

Posted on 27 Jan 2016 with 0 comments
ICT in developing countries ICT in education Teacher capacity

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This paper argues that pedagogically sound uses of emerging technologies (ETs) leverage the broader context of existing practices (cultural-historical context) to design learning activities that transform both the teaching and learning practices. The paper draws data from a national survey on uses of ETs among educators in higher education to propose a pedagogical model of use that has the potential to transform practice.


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