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Title: ICT in Higher Education: a case-study of mediated blended-learning
Author: Huet, Isabel
Tavares, José
Costa, Nilza
Ramos, Fernando
Caixinha, Hélder
Holmes, Bryn
Keywords: mediated instruction
blended learning
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Acta Press
Abstract: Teaching in on-line and collaborative situations requires a variety of responses including changes in pedagogy as instructors taking the role of facilitators of information while guiding students toward solutions. In order for online learning to be successful, therefore, teachers as well as learners will need to explore new roles in the teaching-learning relationship. In this paper, the authors propose to examine how educators can mediate instruction by first designing their course goals and objectives and then consider how the on-line environment can best serve the instructional objectives and plan appropriate activities and assessment. We seek to explore the use of online environments as the bridge between real world and reflective knowledge.
Peer review: yes
ISBN: 978-0-88986-650-8
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