HoTEL Learning Theory #MLI


Ha Marcel,

Dit kwam zo maar via twitter voorbij toen ik even aan het procrastineren was tijdens het werken aan mijn paper over ‘social learning’ 😉

Deze map is gemaakt door Richard Millwood op verzoek van HoTEL, een project van de EU. HoTEL staat voor HOlistic approach Technology Enhanced Learning.
Onderstaande samenvatting is van hun site

Learning theory has been a contested scientific field for most of its history, with conflicting contributions from many scientific disciplines, practice and policy positions. With the continuing and disruptive influence of technology on information, knowledge and practice in all sectors of society it is no wonder that innovators, drawn to the interactive potential that computers bring to learning, are challenged by the theoretical basis for their innovations.

Formal education is also a high stakes, culturally & institutionally conservative activity, which serves more than one societal purpose, including:

  • learner development and fulfilment;
  • child care;
  • preparation for citizenship, parenthood and retirement;
  • preparation for work;
  • selection for jobs.

Even in the higher, informal and professional sectors of education, complexity of education is matched by complexity of learning outcomes which may include:

  • skills development;
  • knowledge acquisition;
  • improvement in strategic, analytic and creative capacities;
  • attainment of competence;
  • establishment of attitudes and values.

Each of these societal purposes and these learning outcomes demand different approaches and understandings for the theorist and may develop at varying rates or found to be diverse in relation to context, location and culture.”

Als je de map online bekijkt kan je ook doorklikken naar de hyperlinked informatie.

Prachtig toch!
Groet, Judith

Over Judith van Hooijdonk

Informatie professional, fervent kennisdeler, HNW-fan, Social Media, Web2.0, Onderwijs2.0, Bibliotheek2.0 "Just start somewhere and make a world of difference"

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