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Instructional Design for Distance Learning. Distance In fact, museum education is based on constructivist learning theory. Museums Constructivism, instructional design, and technology: implications for transforming distance education. The second principle of constructivist design theory is active learning. In an active learning With distance education in(More)
BACKGROUND This paper is about a study aimed to understand what successful ageing and later life learning mean to older adults in two cultures: Hong Kong and Australia. OBJECTIVE It aims to shed light on (1) the meaning of ageing and learning as conceptualized by elders in Hong Kong and Australia; (2) the reasons for participation in later life learning,(More)
This paper examines the characteristics and value of designed instruction grounded in the constructivist theory. It also attempts to connect the theory to the prevailing technology paradigms to establish an alignment between pedagogical and technological considerations in support of the assumptions arising from constructivism. Distance learning provides a(More)
When people think of improving teaching and learning, they tend to suggest ways or methods which are outrageous, innovative and often costly (maybe in terms of preparation time). However, these factors do not guarantee effectiveness and popularity with students. Sometimes, a simple but effective method can work even better providing we have made the best(More)
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