Achieving Complex Learning Outcomes Through Adoption of a Pedagogical Perspective: A Model for Computer Technology Delivered Instruction

ID: 50679 Type: Full Paper: Journal Publication
  1. Breshanica Bellard, University of North Texas, United States

Thursday, June 22 2:15-2:45 PM Location: Edison B View on map

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Abstract: Professionals responsible for the delivery of education and training using technology systems and platforms can facilitate complex learning through application of relevant strategies, principles and theories that support how learners learn and that support how curriculum should be designed in a technology based learning environment. Technological advances, such as mobile delivery of instruction and social media as a learning tool, require pedagogical knowledge by professionals creating training and education using technology systems. Replacing a technology based perspective, as prominent reason for use of technology to deliver education and training, with that of a pedagogical perspective, can result in increased usage of underutilized technology systems and applications, reduced learning costs associated with formal (instructor-led) training and delivery of education and training providing deep and meaningful learning.


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