Designing technology-enhanced learning 2, spring 2016

Code 413314S
ECTS Credits 5
Language of instruction

English

Timing

Spring term, 2nd year studies in the LET Master’s Degree Programme

Learning outcomes

After completion of the course, the students will be able to

  • recognise the needs, problems, situations and practices of pedagogical use of technologies in school systems worldwide and find research-based solutions for the shortcomings
  • examine future trends of technology enhanced learning
  • determine current problems, situations and practices of technology enhanced learning in a global context
  • analyse the concept of technology-enhanced learning
Contents
  • Future trends in collaborative technologies
  • Evaluating and facilitating TEL
  • Digital divide and other global challenges
Mode of delivery face-to-face and online learning activities, which include individual and collaborative learning
Learning activities and teaching methods face-to-face 30 h and collaborative and individual learning tasks 100 h
Target group

2nd year students in the LET Master’s Programme

Prerequisites Before joining this course, the student should have completed Minor Studies of Educational Technology (25 credits) or other equivalent studies.
Reading materials Luckin, R., Goodyear, P., Grabowski B. L., Winters, N., Underwood, J. and Puntambekar, S. (Eds.) (2013). Handbook of design in educational technology. Routledge.
Assessment methods and criteria Active participation in face-to-face, collaborative and individual work. Successful completion of all the learning assignments and exercises
Grading 0-5
Person responsible Jari Laru

 

Last updated: 12/8/2015