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  • Warren Kidd Senior lecturer University of east London, UK
  • ‘ Mismatch and tension: Challenges of legitimate participation in the adoption of Web2.0 technologies to enhance the teaching and learning of vocational and work based trainee teachers’. Interactive paper exercises Task A Discussion and critique of the Web2.0 provision showcased in this paper presentation Task B Questions for discussion amongst groups
    • Task B
    • Questions for group discussion
    • What is the impact of e-learning on training and trainers’ work?
    • In what ways might Web 2.0 tools offer opportunities to support training?
    • How can we encourage and recognise informal internet-based learning?
    • What challenges face trainers in a Web2.0 rich world?
    • How might e-learning opportunities affect the identity boundaries of trainers?
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  • Where do we go from here?
    • Is e-learning ‘the future’..and if so, is it already here today?
    • Is e-learning a pedagogic ‘red herring’?
    • What consequences does the pace of change have for training and access to training? Is anyone being left behind?
    • What does e-learning mean for our traditional boundaries and identities?
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