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Transforming Digital Learning and Assessment

Transforming Digital Learning and Assessment
  • Author : Peggy L. Maki,Peter Shea
  • Publisher : Stylus Publishing, LLC
  • Release Date : 2021-03-16
  • Total pages : 320
  • ISBN : 9781620369890
  • File Size : 15,9 Mb
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Responding to both the trend towards increasing online enrollments as the demand for face-to-face education declines, and to the immediate surge in remote learning owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, this book provides vital guidance to higher education institutions on how to develop faculty capacity to teach online and to leverage the affordances of an ever-increasing array of new and emerging learning technologies. This book provides higher education leaders with the context they need to position their institutions in the changing online environment, and with guidance to build support in a period of transition. It is intended for campus leaders and administrators who work with campus teams charged with identifying learning technologies to meet an agreed upon program- or institution-level educational needs; for those coordinating across campus to build consensus on implementing online strategies; and for instructional designers, faculty developers and assessment directors who assist departments and faculty effectively integrate learning technologies into their courses and programs. It will also appeal to faculty who take an active interest in improving online teaching. The contributors to this volume describe the potential of artificial intelligence algorithms, such as those that fuel learning analytics software that mines LMS data to enable faculty to quickly and efficiently assess individual students’ progress in real time, prompting either individual attention or the need to more generally clarify concepts for the class as whole. They describe and provide access to a hybrid professional development MOOC and an associated WIKI that curate information about a wide range of learning software solutions currently available; and present case studies that offer guidance on building the buy-in and consensus needed to successfully integrate learning technologies into course, program- and institution-level contexts. In sum, this book provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the technological capabilities available to them and identifies collaborative processes related to engaging and building institutional support for the changes needed to provide the rapidly growing demand for effective and evidence-based online learning.

Assessment Strategies for Online Learning

Assessment Strategies for Online Learning
  • Author : Dianne Conrad,Jason Openo
  • Publisher : Athabasca University Press
  • Release Date : 2018-07-15
  • Total pages : 220
  • ISBN : 9781771992329
  • File Size : 33,5 Mb
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Assessment has provided educational institutions with information about student learning outcomes and the quality of education for many decades. But has it informed practice and been fully incorporated into the learning cycle? Conrad and Openo argue that the potential inherent in many of the new learning environments being explored by educators and students has not been fully realized. In this investigation of a variety of assessment methods and learning approaches, the authors aim to discover the tools that engage learners and authentically evaluate education. They insist that moving to new learning environments, specifically those online and at a distance, afford opportunities for educators to adopt only the best practices of traditional face-to-face assessment while exploring evaluation tools made available by a digital learning environment in the hopes of arriving at methods that capture the widest set of learner skills and attributes.

Online Learning and Assessment in Higher Education

Online Learning and Assessment in Higher Education
  • Author : Robyn Benson,Charlotte Brack
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2010-07-15
  • Total pages : 224
  • ISBN : 9781780631653
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The use of e-learning strategies in teaching is becoming increasingly popular, particularly in higher education. Online Learning and Assessment in Higher Education recognises the key decisions that need to be made by lecturers in order to introduce e-learning into their teaching. An overview of the tools for e-learning is provided, including the use of Web 2.0 and the issues surrounding the use of e-learning tools such as resources and support and institutional policy. The second part of the book focuses on e-assessment; design principles, different forms of online assessment and the benefits and limitations of e-assessment. Provides an accessible introduction to teaching with technology Addresses the basic aspects of decision-making for successful introduction of e-learning, drawing on relevant pedagogical principles from contemporary learning theories Crosses boundaries between the fields of higher education and educational technology (within the discipline of education), drawing on discourse from both areas

Teaching in a Digital Age

Teaching in a Digital Age
  • Author : A. W Bates
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2015
  • Total pages : 229
  • ISBN : 0995269238
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Leveraging Digital Tools to Assess Student Learning

Leveraging Digital Tools to Assess Student Learning
  • Author : Stephanie Smith Budhai
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2021-11-30
  • Total pages : 132
  • ISBN : 9781000479263
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Leveraging Digital Tools to Assess Student Learning provides a practical approach to using technology to collect, interpret, and curate assessment data in K-12 in-person, online, hybrid, and dual learning environments. Digital media, emerging learning technologies, and handheld devices play larger roles than ever in students’ 21st-century educational experiences. Digital tools, meanwhile, can also transform assessment practices for teachers, allowing more efficient means of identifying gaps and modifying instruction to maximize student learning. Situating assessment practices in today’s networked, flexible, and virtual classrooms, this book reframes polling and quizzing, social media and memes, and multimedia platforms as digital learning tools for engaging, interactive, and meaningful formative, summative, open-ended, peer and self-paced assessments. The final chapter discusses technology’s role in organizing, evaluating, and disseminating assessment data to students, their families, and administrators.

Digital Disruption in Teaching and Testing

Digital Disruption in Teaching and Testing
  • Author : Claire Wyatt-Smith,Bob Lingard,Elizabeth Heck
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2021-04-28
  • Total pages : 248
  • ISBN : 9781000377422
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This book provides a significant contribution to the increasing conversation concerning the place of big data in education. Offering a multidisciplinary approach with a diversity of perspectives from international scholars and industry experts, chapter authors engage in both research- and industry-informed discussions and analyses on the place of big data in education, particularly as it pertains to large-scale and ongoing assessment practices moving into the digital space. This volume offers an innovative, practical, and international view of the future of current opportunities and challenges in education and the place of assessment in this context.

Transforming Digital Learning and Assessment

Transforming Digital Learning and Assessment
  • Author : Peggy Maki,Peter Shea
  • Publisher : Stylus Publishing (VA)
  • Release Date : 2021
  • Total pages : 324
  • ISBN : 1620369869
  • File Size : 43,6 Mb
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Responding to both the trend towards increasing online enrollments as the demand for face-to-face education declines, and to the immediate surge in remote learning owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, this book provides vital guidance to higher education institutions on how to develop faculty capacity to teach online and to leverage the affordances of an ever-increasing array of new and emerging learning technologies. This book provides higher education leaders with the context they need to position their institutions in the changing online environment, and with guidance to build support in a period of transition. It is intended for campus leaders and administrators who work with campus teams charged with identifying learning technologies to meet an agreed upon program- or institution-level educational needs; for those coordinating across campus to build consensus on implementing online strategies; and for instructional designers, faculty developers and assessment directors who assist departments and faculty effectively integrate learning technologies into their courses and programs. It will also appeal to faculty who take an active interest in improving online teaching. The contributors to this volume describe the potential of artificial intelligence algorithms, such as those that fuel learning analytics software that mines LMS data to enable faculty to quickly and efficiently assess individual students' progress in real time, prompting either individual attention or the need to more generally clarify concepts for the class as whole. They describe and provide access to a hybrid professional development MOOC and an associated WIKI that curate information about a wide range of learning software solutions currently available; and present case studies that offer guidance on building the buy-in and consensus needed to successfully integrate learning technologies into course, program- and institution-level contexts. In sum, this book provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the technological capabilities available to them and identifies collaborative processes related to engaging and building institutional support for the changes needed to provide the rapidly growing demand for effective and evidence-based online learning.

Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning

Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning
  • Author : George Veletsianos
  • Publisher : Athabasca University Press
  • Release Date : 2016-06-01
  • Total pages : 227
  • ISBN : 9781771991490
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Educational systems worldwide are facing an enormous shift as a result of sociocultural, political, economic, and technological changes. The technologies and practices that have developed over the last decade have been heralded as opportunities to transform both online and traditional education systems. While proponents of these new ideas often postulate that they have the potential to address the educational problems facing both students and institutions and that they could provide an opportunity to rethink the ways that education is organized and enacted, there is little evidence of emerging technologies and practices in use in online education. Because researchers and practitioners interested in these possibilities often reside in various disciplines and academic departments the sharing and dissemination of their work across often rigid boundaries is a formidable task. Contributors to Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning include individuals who are shaping the future of online learning with their innovative applications and investigations on the impact of issues such as openness, analytics, MOOCs, and social media. Building on work first published in Emerging Technologies in Distance Education, the contributors to this collection harness the dispersed knowledge in online education to provide a one-stop locale for work on emergent approaches in the field. Their conclusions will influence the adoption and success of these approaches to education and will enable researchers and practitioners to conceptualize, critique, and enhance their understanding of the foundations and applications of new technologies.

Assessment Methods and Success Factors for Digital Education and New Media

Assessment Methods and Success Factors for Digital Education and New Media
  • Author : Francisco Vicente Cipolla-Ficarra
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2022-12-16
  • Total pages : 0
  • ISBN : 1799887219
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In recent years, a diffuse way of promoting information and communication technologies is through the quantification of data, such as indices of references, access counters to webpages, total views of videos on YouTube, and others that are often superficial for didactics. Some data are presented as magnets to attract students to education courses-education as a commercial product and not as a public good freely accessible to all. This is an attractive format in offline and online communication channels, but it lacks metrics to build and evaluate knowledge and experiences with a critical perspective. Assessment Methods and Success Factors for Digital Education and New Media analyses and evaluates the efficiency of the teaching-learning process and dissemination of knowledge to make the most of the potential of new information and communication technologies, examining the theories and practices of interactive content, under the formula of constructive criticism. Covering topics such as digital challenges, information architecture, and interactive design, this premier reference source is an excellent resource for educators and administrators of both K-12 and higher education, software developers, interactive designers, preservice teachers, teacher educators, evaluators of interactive systems, government officials, librarians, researchers, and academicians.

Re-imagining University Assessment in a Digital World

Re-imagining University Assessment in a Digital World
  • Author : Margaret Bearman,Phillip Dawson,Rola Ajjawi,Joanna Tai,David Boud
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2020-07-13
  • Total pages : 297
  • ISBN : 9783030419561
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This book is the first to explore the big question of how assessment can be refreshed and redesigned in an evolving digital landscape. There are many exciting possibilities for assessments that contribute dynamically to learning. However, the interface between assessment and technology is limited. Often, assessment designers do not take advantage of digital opportunities. Equally, digital innovators sometimes draw from models of higher education assessment that are no longer best practice. This gap in thinking presents an opportunity to consider how technology might best contribute to mainstream assessment practice. Internationally recognised experts provide a deep and unique consideration of assessment’s contribution to the technology-mediated higher education sector. The treatment of assessment is contemporary and spans notions of ‘assessment for learning’, measurement and the roles of peer and self within assessment. Likewise the view of educational technology is broad and includes gaming, learning analytics and new media. The intersection of these two worlds provides opportunities, dilemmas and exemplars. This book serves as a reference for best practice and also guides future thinking about new ways of conceptualising, designing and implementing assessment.

Assessment in Online and Blended Learning Environments

Assessment in Online and Blended Learning Environments
  • Author : Selma Koç,Xiongyi Liu,Patrick Wachira
  • Publisher : IAP
  • Release Date : 2015-03-01
  • Total pages : 382
  • ISBN : 9781681230467
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Online and blended learning requires the reconstruction of instructor and learner roles, relations, and practices in many aspects. Assessment becomes an important issue in non-traditional learning environments. Assessment literacy, i.e., understanding assessment and assessment strategies, is critical for both instructors and students in creating online and blended environments that are effective for teaching and learning. Instructors need to identify and implement assessment strategies and methods appropriate to online or blended learning. This includes an understanding of the potential of a variety of technology tools for monitoring student learning and improving their teaching effectiveness. From the students’ perspective, good assessment practices can show them what is important to learn and how they should approach learning; hence, engaging them in goal-oriented and self-regulatory cognitions and behaviors. The book targets instructors, instructional designers, and educational leaders who are interested in understanding and implementing either summative or formative assessment in online and blended learning environments. This book will assist the relevant audience in the theory and practice of assessment in online and blended learning environments. Providing both a research and practice perspective, this book can help instructors make the connection between pedagogy and technology tools to maximize their teaching and student learning. Among the questions addressed in this book are: • What assessment strategies can be used in online or blended learning? • How can instructors design effective assessment strategies? • What methods or technology tools can be used for assessment in online or blended learning? • How does peer-assessment work in online or blended learning environments?

Digital Media in Today's Classrooms

Digital Media in Today's Classrooms
  • Author : Dawn Wilson,Katie Alaniz,Joshua Sikora
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release Date : 2016-12-09
  • Total pages : 175
  • ISBN : 9781475821079
  • File Size : 22,7 Mb
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Educators who engage with today’s students appreciate the impact digital media has on the lives of our younger generations. Learners of today consume, create, and publish multimedia content continuously, using a variety of devices such as cell phones, tablets, and computers. They generate original and innovative products through programs, apps, and the Internet as a means of communicating and representing their lives, ideas, and feelings. Unfortunately, not all students understand how to apply media literacy or media safety, and many lack knowledge of how to truly analyze media content for its value in society. Today’s educators must learn to harness the enthusiasm students have for digital media (content that uses a combination of text, images, audio, animation, and video) into daily lessons in order to enhance student interest, engagement, motivation, and achievement in classroom environments. This book addresses these vital considerations, thereby empowering teachers and students to benefit from the application of digital media in their classrooms, both as a compelling assessment tool and as an engaging teaching strategy.

Real-Time Student Assessment

Real-Time Student Assessment
  • Author : Peggy L. Maki
  • Publisher : Stylus Publishing, LLC
  • Release Date : 2017-02-27
  • Total pages : 214
  • ISBN : 9781620364901
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This book challenges institutions and their programs to prioritize the use of chronological assessment results to benefit enrolled students in comparison with the more common practice of prolonged assessment cycles that generally benefit future students. Peggy Maki advocates for real-time assessment processes to identify patterns of underperformance and obstacles that require timely interventions for enrolled students to succeed. In tandem with the sets of educational practices and policies that many institutions have now undertaken to close achievement and graduation rates across our diverse student demographics, such as developing clear degree pathways, she calls on all higher education providers – if they are to remain relevant and meet their social purpose in our complex world – to urgently recalibrate their assessment processes to focus on currently enrolled students’ progress towards achieving a high-quality degree, regardless of when they matriculate or re-enter higher education. She demonstrates that we already have sufficient examples and evidence to implement real-time assessment of students as they progress through their studies. She draws on the practices of specialized accredited programs, such as those in the professions that assess in real time; on the experiences of institutions that have adopted competency-based education; and on the affordances of technologies that now provide faculty and students with up-to-the-minute diagnostics. She identifies the six principles necessary to implement a real-time assessment process, illustrated by case studies of how campuses have operationalized them to advance students’ equitable progress towards achieving a high-quality degree; and demonstrates the benefits of real-time assessment compared to more future-oriented processes, among which is engaging students in reflecting on their own progress along their degree pathways. She advocates for the use of well documented national outcomes-based frameworks such as Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP), its aligned Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education scoring rubrics ( VALUE), the Degree Qualifications Profile, and discipline-based outcomes assessments to ensure high-quality degrees that meet well-defined standards and criteria. She also identifies how data systems and technological developments help to monitor closely and respond in time to students’ patterns of underperformance. The book is an urgent call for higher education to achieve the values of equity, transparency and quality it espouses; and ensure that all students graduate in a timely fashion with the competencies they need to be active and productive citizens.

Handbook of Research on Determining the Reliability of Online Assessment and Distance Learning

Handbook of Research on Determining the Reliability of Online Assessment and Distance Learning
  • Author : Moura, Ana S.,Reis, Pedro,Cordeiro, M. Natália D. S.
  • Publisher : IGI Global
  • Release Date : 2020-11-13
  • Total pages : 548
  • ISBN : 9781799847700
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Though in the past online learning was considered of poorer professional quality than classroom learning, it has become a useful and, in some cases, vital tool for promoting the inclusivity of education. Some of its benefits include allowing greater accessibility to educational resources previously unattainable by those in rural areas, and in current times, it has proven to be a critical asset as universities shut down due to natural disasters and pandemics. Examining the current state of distance learning and determining online assessment tools and processes that can enhance the online learning experience are clearly crucial for the advancement of modern education. The Handbook of Research on Determining the Reliability of Online Assessment and Distance Learning is a collection of pioneering investigations on the methods and applications of digital technologies in the realm of education. It provides a clear and extensive analysis of issues regarding online learning while also offering frameworks to solve these addressed problems. Moreover, the book reviews and evaluates the present and intended future of distance learning, focusing on the societal and employer perspective versus the academic proposals. While highlighting topics including hybrid teaching, blended learning, and telelearning, this book is ideally designed for teachers, academicians, researchers, educational administrators, and students.

Handbook on Digital Learning for K-12 Schools

Handbook on Digital Learning for K-12 Schools
  • Author : Ann Marcus-Quinn,Tríona Hourigan
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2016-10-07
  • Total pages : 516
  • ISBN : 9783319338088
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This book guides the adoption, design, development and expectation of future digital teaching and learning projects/programs in K12 schools. It provides a series of case studies and reports experiences from international digital teaching and learning projects in K12 education. The book also furnishes advice for future school policy and investment in digital teaching and learning projects. Finally, the book provides an explanation of the future capacity and sustainability of digital teaching and learning in K12 schools.

Digital Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Digital Teaching, Learning and Assessment
  • Author : Upasana Gitanjali Singh,Chenicheri Sid Nair,Susana Gonçalves
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2023-06-01
  • Total pages : 0
  • ISBN : 9780323955010
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Digital Teaching, Learning and Assessment: The Way Forward is the result of the continuous discussion taking place in the teaching and learning space of what the future holds for academics and their main stakeholder, the students post the pandemic. The editors of this book work in the teaching and learning domain and consider such discussion critical to ensure that students of the future are well serviced by all concerned. Digital Teaching, Learning and Assessment: The Way Forward brings such discussions to one platform where academics, administrators and other stakeholders like researchers and regulatory bodies ponder over the ideas and practices presented in this book on how the digital world will dominate and change the teaching and learning space. Provides the new post-pandemic audience a futuristic look at the new digital world Covers how practitioners perceive this new era Enables administrators to have a glance at the possibilities of teaching and learning of the future. Gives regulatory bodies a glimpseof this future as they try to find how QA would be for such teaching and learning that deviates significantly from didactic approaches

Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills

Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills
  • Author : Esther Care,Patrick Griffin,Mark Wilson
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2017-11-07
  • Total pages : 276
  • ISBN : 9783319653686
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This book provides a detailed description of research and application outcomes from the Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills project, which explored a framework for understanding the nature of these skills. The major element of this new volume is the presentation of research information from the global assessment of two 21st century skills that are amenable to teaching and learning: collaborative problem solving, and learning in digital networks. The outcomes presented include evidence to support the validity of assessment of 21st century skills and descriptions of consequent pedagogical approaches which can be used both to teach the skills and to use them to enhance key learning goals in secondary education systems. The sections of the volume are connected through a focus on the degree to which innovative assessment tasks measure the constructs of interest. This focus is informed by conceptual and methodological issues associated with affordances of 21st century computer-based assessment. How understanding of the nature of the skills, as derived from these assessments, can guide approaches to the integration of 21st century skills in the classroom, is informed by initiatives adopted by participating countries. The guiding questions in this volume are: "Do the assessment tasks measure the constructs?" and "What are the implications for assessment and teaching in the classroom?" It is the third volume of papers from this project published by Springer.

Transforming Teaching, Learning and Assessment for the Digital Natives

Transforming Teaching, Learning and Assessment for the Digital Natives
  • Author : Ashwak Abdulsalam Yousif
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2020-05-13
  • Total pages : 212
  • ISBN : 9798645565480
  • File Size : 24,9 Mb
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The changes that have been taking place in the digital age due to the advancements in technology are extensive. The impact of technology has been more intensive on the young generation that was born after the 1980s. New labels have been used to describe the young people who were born after the 1980s, such as 'digital natives, ' 'the Internet generation, ' 'Google generation, ' or 'the millennials.' These young people are more comfortable with the use of technology since they were born and grew up in the digital age. Wherever they go and whatever they do, they use their digital devices. Everything has changed due to the use of technology, but teaching, learning, and assessment procedures, to some extent, have very slight changes. Most young learners go to schools, sit in the classroom to receive knowledge from one or more teachers. The use of technology has transformed our factories, hospitals, communication, and transportation, etc.. However, the integration of technology in teaching and learning is still floundering, especially in K12 education in many countries around the world. What can educational technologies provide to our education systems, and how can educators meet the needs and capabilities of the digital natives? What teaching, learning, and assessment approaches that fit the learners in the digital era?The purpose of this series is to provide non- traditional perspectives and solutions to some of the current educational problems such as academic dishonesty, academic dropout, lack of motivation, absence, etc. Transforming teaching, learning, and assessment approaches using digital technologies has the potential to improve the communication between the digital natives and immigrants. The series will explore different educational problems in K12 and higher education institutions. Suggested solutions that focus on what must educators and academics do to transform the traditional teaching, learning, and assessment approaches will be provided. How can educational technologies give a hand to establish sound and better communication between digital immigrants and digital nativ

Digital Literacies in Education

Digital Literacies in Education
  • Author : Yvonne Crotty,Margaret Farren
  • Publisher : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
  • Release Date : 2013-10-25
  • Total pages : 238
  • ISBN : 3034309287
  • File Size : 32,6 Mb
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Every educator will tell you about the importance of literacy. But what are the implications of digital literacy, participatory literacy and media literacy for teaching and learning? And can the use of technology be linked to social responsibility?<BR> This volume, with a range of international contributors, offers stimulating reading about 'rethinking education' in the light of new multimedia tools and platforms and the emergence of social media. It calls for twenty-first-century learners to develop digital, entrepreneurial, collaborative and group work competencies, along with creative and critical thinking. The affordances of digital technologies can offer all students the chance to create their own multimedia representations and become creators within their own education. In addition, eLearning tools can support innovative pedagogical approaches and open the way for research on the nature of teaching and learning experiences, and on how dialogue might be transformed through the use of digital communication technologies. The essays in this volume provide relevant current examples for education practitioners interested in research in this growing academic field.

Digital Teaching Platforms

Digital Teaching Platforms
  • Author : Christopher Dede,John Richards
  • Publisher : Teachers College Press
  • Release Date : 2012-04-06
  • Total pages : 241
  • ISBN : 9780807753163
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The Digital Teaching Platform (DTP) brings the power of interactive technology to teaching and learning in classrooms. In this authoritative book, top researchers in the field of learning science and educational technology examine the current state of design and research on DTPs, the principles for evaluating them, and their likely evolution as a dominant medium for educational improvement. The authors examine DTPs in light of contemporary classroom requirements, as well as current initiatives such as the Common Core State Standards, Race to the Top, and the 2010 National Educational Technology Plan.

Learning Technologies for Transforming Large-Scale Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

Learning Technologies for Transforming Large-Scale Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
  • Author : Demetrios Sampson,J. Michael Spector,Dirk Ifenthaler,Pedro Isaías,Stylianos Sergis
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2019-05-24
  • Total pages : 314
  • ISBN : 9783030151300
  • File Size : 28,5 Mb
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This volume provides a contemporary glance at the drastically expanding field of delivering large-scale education to unprecedented numbers of learners. It compiles papers presented at the CELDA (Cognition and Exploratory Learning in the Digital Age) conference, which has a goal of continuing to address these challenges and promote the effective use of new tools and technologies to support teaching, learning and assessment. Given the emerging global trend to exploit the potential of existing digital technologies to improve the teaching, learning and assessment experiences for all learners in real-life contexts, this topic is a unifying theme for this volume. The book showcases how emerging educational technologies and innovative practices have been used to address core global educational challenges. It provides state-of-the-art insights and case studies of exploiting innovative learning technologies, including Massive Open Online Courses and educational data analytics, to address key global challenges spanning from online Teacher Education to large-scale coding competence development. This volume will be of interest to academics and professional practitioners working in the area of digital technology integration in teaching, learning and assessment, as well as those interested in specific conference themes (e.g., designing and assessing learning in online environments, assessing learning in complex domains) and presenters, invited speakers, and participants of the CELDA conference.