Educational Technology Beyond Content: A New Focus for Learning - Educational Communications and Technology: Issues and Innovations (Hardback)Brad Hokanson (editor), Gregory Clinton (editor), Andrew Tawfik (editor), Amy Grincewicz (editor), Matthew Schmidt (editor)
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This book is the outcome of a research symposium sponsored by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology [AECT]. Consisting of twenty-five chapters, including an introduction and conclusion, it argues that informational content should not be the main element of education, and that to provide more for learners, it is necessary to go beyond content and address other skills and capabilities. It also discusses the false premise that learning is complete when the information is known, not when learners seek more: their own directions, answers, and ideas. The authors assert that the ability to synthesize, solve problems and generate ideas is not based on specific content, although education often focuses solely on teaching content. Further, they state that content can be separated from the learning process and that instructional design and educational technology must be about the skills, habits, and beliefs to be learned.
Publisher: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Dimensions: 235 x 155 mm
Edition: 1st ed. 2020
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