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Keynote presentation by Diana Laurillard, London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, for the DEHub/ODLAA Education 2011 to 2021- Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning …

Keynote presentation by Diana Laurillard, London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, for the DEHub/ODLAA Education 2011 to 2021- Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning the (14 to 18 February 2011).

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  • Laurillard, D., Charlton, P., Craft, B., Dimakopoulos, D., Ljubojevic, D., Magoulas, G., et al. (forthcoming). A constructionist learning environment for teachers to model learning designs Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.
  • Laurillard, D., and, Ljubojevic, D. (in print). Evaluating learning designs through the formal representation of pedagogical patterns, Investigations of E-Learning Patterns: Context Factors, Problems and Solutions, Eds. Kohls, C. and Wedekind, J. IGI Global, forthcoming.
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  • More challenging activity – make them learn!
  • Laurillard, D. (2006). Modelling benefits-oriented costs for technology enhanced learning. Higher Education, 54, 21-39.Cherry and Ashfaq
  • Cherry and Ashfaq
  • Sandra Wills’ role play would be good
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