Evolution of Teaching and Learning Paradigms in Intelligent Environment / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
This book is a fascinating window on the evolution of teaching and learning paradigms in intelligent environments. It presents the latest ideas coming out of educational computing research. The three Australian authors include a number of chapters on issues of real relevance to today’s teaching practice, including an introduction to the evolution of teaching and learning paradigms; why designers cannot be agnostic about pedagogy, and the influence of constructivist thinking in design of e-learning for HE.
Table of Contentsto the Evolution of Teaching and Learning Paradigms.- Why Designers cannot be Agnostic about Pedagogy: The Influence of Constructivist Thinking in Design of e-Learning for HE.- Problem-Based Learning in an e-Learning Environment: A Case Study at Griffith University School of Medicine.- Educational Ontologies Construction for Personalized Learning on the Web.- Sequencing in Web-Based Education: Approaches, Standards and Future Trends.- From Dungeons to Classrooms: The Evolution of MUDs as Learning Environments.- The Development of an Approach to Learning Within the Middle Schooling Paradigm.- Applying Data Mining Techniques to e-Learning Problems.- Data Mining of Virtual Campus Data.- Technology and Pedagogy – How to Learn Technique.- Authoring and Management Tools for Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems: The AHA! Case Study.