Monash universityvle education designer<br />Response Q2<br />Some academics, including some research such as that by Prof...
YET!<br />
e hype!! <br />“' suggests that if we believe that 'e-learning is transforming education', as some would have it, then we ...
“e learning is marginal in the lives of academics and primary used as s content repository and for administration.<br />“C...
“evidence of a teacher centred, content focused e-learning approach”<br />“Academic and student use of a learning manageme...
If you’re not going to change pedagogy then technology makes no difference. (Mertz, 2007)<br />
Martin (2003, p. 19) noted that 'in the main, there was comparatively little attention paid to pedagogy'<br />
nation’s future and its people depend on the efficiency of schools, colleges and universities (Donnelly, 2007).<br />
ICT<br />Information<br />Communication<br />Technology<br />
“Such pedagogies aim to encourage learners to become autonomous lifelong learners, capable of problem solving and critical...
Students demand more than a repository dump - they want and need active and enthusiastic engagement from their teachers<br...
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  1. 1. Monash universityvle education designer<br />Response Q2<br />Some academics, including some research such as that by Professor John Hattie, argue that computer aided instruction (e.g., simulation, games, instructional media, audio-visual aids) does not correlate with better learning outcomes in students. This argument seems to undermine the role and potential effectiveness of the VLE project at Monash University<br />
  2. 2. YET!<br />
  3. 3. e hype!! <br />“' suggests that if we believe that 'e-learning is transforming education', as some would have it, then we are sadly deluded.”<br />“Conole, C. (2004). E- Learning: The Hype and the Re a l i t y<br />Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2004 (12)<br />[ www- jime. open. ac. uk/ 2004/ 12]<br />
  4. 4. “e learning is marginal in the lives of academics and primary used as s content repository and for administration.<br />“Conole, C. (2004). E- Learning: The Hype and the Re a l i t y<br />Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2004 (12)<br />[ www- jime. open. ac. uk/ 2004/ 12]<br />
  5. 5. “evidence of a teacher centred, content focused e-learning approach”<br />“Academic and student use of a learning management system: Implications for quality<br />By Debbi Weaver (Swinburne University of Technology),Christine Spratt and Chenicheri Sid Nair (Monash University)<br />Australasian Journal of Educational Technology2008, 24(1), 30-41. <br />http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet24/weaver.html<br />
  6. 6. If you’re not going to change pedagogy then technology makes no difference. (Mertz, 2007)<br />
  7. 7. Martin (2003, p. 19) noted that 'in the main, there was comparatively little attention paid to pedagogy'<br />
  8. 8. nation’s future and its people depend on the efficiency of schools, colleges and universities (Donnelly, 2007).<br />
  9. 9. ICT<br />Information<br />Communication<br />Technology<br />
  10. 10. “Such pedagogies aim to encourage learners to become autonomous lifelong learners, capable of problem solving and critical thinking, and to move them from being passive recipients of information and knowledge to being active, enthusiastic learners and knowledge creators.”<br />“Academic and student use of a learning management system: Implications for quality<br />By Debbi Weaver (Swinburne University of Technology),Christine Spratt and Chenicheri Sid Nair (Monash University)<br />Australasian Journal of Educational Technology2008, 24(1), 30-41. <br />http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet24/weaver.html<br />
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  12. 12. Students demand more than a repository dump - they want and need active and enthusiastic engagement from their teachers<br />“Academic and student use of a learning management system: Implications for quality<br />By Debbi Weaver (Swinburne University of Technology),Christine Spratt and Chenicheri Sid Nair (Monash University)<br />Australasian Journal of Educational Technology2008, 24(1), 30-41. <br />http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet24/weaver.html<br />

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