Designing for complex ICT-based learning : understanding teacher thinking to help improve educational design

@inproceedings{Markauskaite2009DesigningFC,
  title={Designing for complex ICT-based learning : understanding teacher thinking to help improve educational design},
  author={Lina Markauskaite and Peter Goodyear},
  year={2009}
}
The work involved in designing good learning tasks is becoming more complex. This is partly because the changing needs of the knowledge society are placing greater demands on the ability of graduates to work with knowledge in more versatile ways. It also arises from the growing complexity of arrangements for learning: involving new and more fluid distributions of learning activity across time and space. Efforts are being made to improve the design resources available to teachers in higher… CONTINUE READING

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