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Promoting collaborative learning in higher education

Rachel Levin-Peled, Yael Kali, Yehudit Judy Dori
2007 Proceedings of the 8th iternational conference on Computer supported collaborative learning - CSCL'07   unpublished
We recommend course-designers and instructors in higher-education to use the design-principles identified and developed in this research to foster meaningful learning in other web-based courses.  ...  We focus on the first design-principle, and show how learning was promoted by features designed according to this principle in each of the courses.  ...  We then focus on the first principle, and show how learning was promoted by features designed according to this principle in each of the courses.  ... 
doi:10.3115/1599600.1599679 fatcat:4ufbktchlzfjvpcfjdkziregta

Designing Hybrid Learning Spaces in Higher Education

Charlotta Hilli, Rikke Toft Nørgård, Janus Holst Aaen
2019 Dansk Universitetspaedagogisk Tidsskrift  
The course design is examined through theories on hybrid pedagogy, learning spaces and media ecology to suggest five design principles for Hybrid Learning Spaces.  ...  This article presents the concept of hybridity in higher education through a concrete example of a trans-national hybrid course collaboration between three teachers and thirty students at Aarhus University  ...  As such, the design principles fuse theory and practice into principles for conceptualizing, promoting and implementing Hybrid Learning Spaces in higher education.  ... 
doaj:50eef4182ecc40a5a52adf75c7cd1e85 fatcat:hmxswuk7mrc4tg34zysufpuhta

Feminist trends in distance and hybrid higher education: a scoping review

Rocío Jiménez-Cortés, Luisa Aires
2021 International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education  
These trends show the application of feminist principles to curriculum design and their implementation in distance and hybrid higher education.  ...  The results obtained from mixed methodology applied show three perspectives that set trends in distance and hybrid higher education models from feminist approaches: (a) feminist-pragmatist, (b) eco-dialogical  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the LE@D-Laboratory of Distance Education and E-Learning, (University Aberta, Portugal) and the University of Seville (Spain) for the opportunity to work together.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41239-021-00297-4 fatcat:wuuar5bq5ved3mh25hsd6n5szi

MOOCs in Higher Education [chapter]

Sung-Wan Kim
2016 Virtual Learning  
This chapter deals with the pedagogical utilization and limitations of MOOCs in higher education.  ...  MOOCs have been the major issue in higher education worldwide since 2008. Frankly speaking, there are clear pros and cons of moving into MOOC-based education.  ...  in MOOCs need to be varied for satisfying learner's need. : hMOOC (hybrid MOOC), MOOR (Massive Open Online Research), MOOL (Massive Open Online Lab), DOOC (Distributed Open Collaborative Courses),  ... 
doi:10.5772/66137 fatcat:axtp6jconzfszhub3bj2qnmcm4

Adventure Learning: Transformative hybrid online education

Aaron Doering
2006 Distance Education  
Adventure learning (AL) is a hybrid distance education approach that provides students with opportunities to explore real-world issues through authentic learning experiences within collaborative learning  ...  In AL environments, classroom teachers are not positioned in the role of teacher/facilitator/designer in the online learning spaces.  ...  The goal of hybrid learning is to improve the educational experience for students by joining together the best features of in-class teaching with the best features of online learning to promote active  ... 
doi:10.1080/01587910600789571 fatcat:g2dkl73t5zesjc6nc6qq7dlffi

Networked Learning and Postdigital Education

Vivien Hodgson, David McConnell
2019 Postdigital Science and Education  
This paper considers the positon of networked learning in higher education learning and teaching in the postdigital era.  ...  We describe two case studies to illustrate the theory, pedagogy and practice of networked learning for contemporary higher education learning and teaching.  ...  Acknowledgments The research report from 2006* is an unpublished report written during a CEL project on Networked management learning for educational leaders and was based on input from Debra Ferreday  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42438-018-0029-0 fatcat:s565mibujvgqjguqhl6rkjwuxa

The Best of Both Worlds: A Proposal for Hybrid Teacher Education

Hayley Vininsky, Amanda Saxe
2016 McGill Journal of Education  
by the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework.  ...  This framework was developed in order to promote universal access to learning through the design and delivery of course content and seeks to reduce barriers so that all students, no matter their readiness  ... 
doi:10.7202/1039635ar fatcat:kkfvzx3mi5bohafsivqccjkxee

Student Performance in a Principle of Microeconomics Course under Hybrid and Face-to-Face Delivery

Penny Verhoeven, Tatiana Rudchenko
2013 American Journal of Educational Research  
The finding of a lower level of student learning under hybrid relative to face-to-face delivery is attributed to inattentiveness to pedagogical principles in designing the hybrid course.  ...  Designing a hybrid course entails the challenge of choosing learning activities for each of the face-toface and online environments--and sequencing and coordinating the activities across the two environments  ...  to promote active learning; asynchronous discussion, chats, wikis and blogs to promote collaborative learning; sequencing of online tasks to promote outcomes-based learning; immediate feedback on online  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-1-10-1 fatcat:b6lfgvcwvbgwtgwtejz747uzgm

Grand Challenges as Educational Innovations in Higher Education: A Scoping Review of the Literature

Lorelli Nowell, Swati Dhingra, Kimberley Andrews, Julia Gospodinov, Cathy Liu, K. Alix Hayden, Gwo-Jen Hwang
2020 Education Research International  
In this scoping review, we examined and mapped the state of evidence for the use of grand challenges in higher education.  ...  Incorporation of grand challenges into higher education courses can facilitate the development of collaborative problem-solving skills while providing relevant and practical opportunities to experience  ...  Acknowledgments is review was funded in part by a Western and Northern Region of the Canadian Schools of Nursing Education Innovation Grant. e Program for Undergraduate Research Experience (PURE) provided  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/6653575 fatcat:3pwcdzsbffcrnnpgfmmdnlfava

Active methodologies supported by interaction and communication technologies in higher education

Monica Cristina Garbin, Edison Trombeta de Oliveira, Simone Telles
2021 Global Journal of Information Technology Emerging Technologies  
Keywords: Higher education; distance education; collaborative learning.  ...  This paper aims to present an experience on the use of tools for communication, interaction and collaboration in a project-based learning on distance education.  ...  In the Brazilian context of higher education, there are institutions which use blended learning models to emphasize a pedagogical model based on active learning methodologies in order to develop collaborative  ... 
doi:10.18844/gjit.v11i2.6117 fatcat:ko6nwf2jencxpipjzu6hiqyv5i

Hybrid Technologies for Interdisciplinary Education

Shahin Vassigh
2016 Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering  
Building on theoretical perspectives and advances in the understanding of learning processes, cognition, and development, we describe the pedagogical principles for the design of a prototype tool to enhance  ...  This paper describes a learning environment, Ecocon, designed by the integration of AR, BIM, visual simulations, and interactive lessons to support collaborative and interdisciplinary learning for the  ...  Reality for facilitating interdisciplinary education and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2165-784x.1000201 fatcat:khgklwpfbjfvpdyqhd6v5w7q6e

Computational Thinking Guiding Change in Online Education

Brigette J Quinn, University of Arizona
2016 Issues and Trends in Educational Technology  
As enrollment in online courses increases, there is a need for faculty members trained in teaching with technology and who can design effective online learning environments.  ...  A further aim is to offer suggestions for collaborative faculty design and development opportunities exploring online education using CT as a framework for problem-solving.  ...  Masterman, Walker and Bower (2013) also aimed to promote opportunities in using technology tools to guide and support pedagogy while also promoting collaborative faculty learning in designing online courses  ... 
doi:10.2458/azu_itet_v4i2_quinn fatcat:m6fa7xymonhv3octujkimkf4v4

Evaluation Instruments and Good Practices in Online Education

Sally Baldwin, Jesus H. Trespalacios
2017 Online Learning  
Chickering and Gamson's (1987) Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education offers extensively researched and validated tenets for best practices in higher education.  ...  This study investigates how evaluation instruments used in higher education assess the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education, and what other items are addressed in the evaluation  ...  Using the Seven Principles as a guide, Sowan and Jenkins (2013) designed and delivered a hybrid nursing course for 109 undergraduates.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v21i2.913 fatcat:sndo7exmprhkrkn5fsu2cb75ny

Roles of Innovation in Education Delivery

Robert A. Blouin, William H. Riffee, Evan T. Robinson, Diane E. Beck, Charles Green, Pamela U. Joyner, Adam M. Persky, Gary M. Pollack
2009 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
This paper reviews trends in higher education, characterizing both the current learning environments in pharmacy education as well as a vision for future learning environments, and outlines a strategy  ...  for successful implementation of innovations in educational delivery.  ...  The importance of good instructional design has stimulated several initiatives in higher education in which a team of individuals collaborate in the design of a course.  ... 
doi:10.5688/aj7308154 pmid:20221347 pmcid:PMC2828315 fatcat:l3iihtqigff2vl3il3yzaaevwa

Internalising Engineering Education in Africa

Kehdinga George Fomunyam
2020 International journal of engineering research and technology  
The education system in Africa is generally deficient and fraught with challenges, and engineering education is not left out.  ...  For Africa to achieve economic growth and development, many of its fundamental problems have to be addressed, including those plaguing the education sector.  ...  for corporations while Open CourseWare (OCW), and hybrid designs offer free courses for developing countries.  ... 
doi:10.37624/ijert/13.9.2020.2429-2436 fatcat:xjiendbi75ezvab7bqaaqizeea
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