Numerous studies indicate that learning is most effective in terms of persistency when it addresses the whole person rather than merely the intellect. A set of promotive activities that foster significant learning have been extensively researched in classroom settings. The major scientific goal of this work is to investigate whether and how promotive activities may be applied in technology-enhanced learning settings. Besides transferring existing activity patterns to the online context, this work presents new opportunities that could only emerge with technology enhancement. This work draws up general recommendations and provides practical examples. The main fields of interest are: motivational aspects, peer review, and -active listening- with written means of online communication.qbrainstorming and reflection activities w r V H I thinking on term , _ shouting Idea to Class comment on idea, discuss ... the use of Microsoft PowerPointAr, allowing for recording the ideas digitally and ... UML activity diagram for the teaching method brainstorming and reflection In the scope of having students elaborating andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Promotive Activities in Technology-enhanced Learning|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2010|