Integration of Technological, Pedagogical and Psychological Requirements in the Learning Object Concept
International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning
Current investigation identifies and recommends the integration of technological, pedagogical and psychological requirements for the development of learning objects. A more comprehensive concept is required, comprising information with the interaction of videos, images, sound and texts for the construction of Learning Objects. Further, higher consistency and quality in development are also needed, comprising, among other things, reuse, interoperability, updating and granularity. From the
... ty. From the pedagogical point of view, teaching strategies are incorporated, coupled to requirements traditionally used in learning-teaching activities which provide consistency and adherence to pedagogical needs involving students, teachers, knowledge and learning object. Following studies by Felder and Soloman in Psychology, new requirements are proposed for their incorporation when conceiving learning objects which derive from perception, retention, processing and comprehension, related to learning styles. The latter suggest the personalization of learning and respect for the way students learn.