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Implications and applications of educational technologies II

by Lecturer at Griffith University on Apr 23, 2010

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Griffith Education Teachers’ Strategic Network First Mini-Conference by Dr Jason Zagami 24 April 2010...

Griffith Education Teachers’ Strategic Network First Mini-Conference by Dr Jason Zagami 24 April 2010

The challenge of staying on top of advances in technology is now fundamental to sustaining success in every field of human endeavour. For educators and educational administrators, it is specifically educational technologies that present unique challenges, opportunities and expectations. This seminar highlighted a range of emerging educational technologies being researched at Griffith University that forecast paradigm changes in educational practice. Within the TPACK (Technological, Pedagogical, Content Knowledge) framework of understanding the role of educational technologies in the teaching and learning process, the educational application of 1:1 computing, mobile devices, serious games, virtual worlds, and neural interfaces was explored.

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