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Technology vs. Pedagogy

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These resources are designed to help you design, plan and deliver learning activities which use blended and flexible learning tools. They will support you to make effective decisions about the use of these tools to support learning from a sound pedagogical perspective.

Mapping the technology landscape: Linking pedagogy to the affordances of different technologies (1595.5kb)
EDUCA Online 2010 Presentation

A guide to technology-enhanced learning and teaching (181.1kb)

Some questions about my teaching

Conventional modes of engagement mapped to a flexible mode

Technology mapping to pedagogical perspectives

Curriculum Design: Technology map
This work evaluates the application of different learning technologies and their suitability to support blended learning approaches in Higher Education. Chickering and Gamsonsís Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education were used as an underlying pedagogical framework to evaluate the learning technologies.
Along with the Principles we describe and recommend an innovative methodology for evaluation. This methodology can be used in a context of similar evaluation exercises.