Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing and Delivering E-learning Paperback – 26 Apr 2007
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About the Author
Helen Beetham is an independent consultant in eLearning, working for the Joint Information Systems Committee’s (UK) eLearning and Pedagogy programme.
Rhona Sharpe is a staff and educational developer in the Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD) and a member of the Centre for eLearning team at Oxford Brookes University, UK.
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The main focus of the book is learning design. There are some excellent chapters discussing learning theory and the background to learning and there are some excellent examples in the second part of the book when they look at applications. The final chapter in particular is an excellent summary.
In between there are some chapters that simply forget that a design is useless if it is not practical to implement. In these chapters they over-theorise and forget that we are only going to go forward with an experiential understanding of how new technology will make an impact.
Each chapter is well-written by experts in their individual fields, thus making this book an excellent textbook for HE studies.
My only slight complaint, as with many other texts on the subject, is that the focus is primarily on HE and leaves the translation of principles to all other sectors of education to the reader.
Perhaps chapters on how e-Pedagogy is changing Primary, Secondary, FE and Adult Education could be included in a second volume?
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