Pedagogy Leading Technology in Higher Education: The Future in Crisis?

Arianne Rourke and Kathryn Coleman
University of New South Wales, Paddington, Australia

Series: Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
BISAC: EDU015000

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This book argue that pedagogy should lead the technology in higher education regardless of the learning management system that is being employed. Through discussion of a case study example of a fully online collaborative course that teaches Postgraduate students how to write a research paper, it will discuss how online courses can thrive despite the current climate in higher education shifting towards the notion that technology should be driving the pedagogy and the assumption that the 21st century student is ‘tech savvy’ and as a result will embrace technology for learning. (Imprint: Nova)

THE PEDAGOGY LEADING THE TECHNOLOGY – A CASE STUDY

AUTHENTIC CONTEXT

INSTRUCTIONAL SCAFFOLDING ONLINE

CONCLUSION

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