Technology-enabled learning communities: How technology can facilitate high quality social learning in online environments within the field of teacher education.

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    Abstract

    This MESH guide will be useful for educators who are interested in designing and evaluating social online learning, creating online courses such as MOOCs, facilitating online communities and networks, or integrating technology use into their teaching. Drawing from relevant learning theory and research evidence, including a number of systematic literature reviews and a selection of key studies, the guide outlines ways in which technology can facilitate the co-construction of knowledge in online and blended learning environments. It suggests pedagogic strategies and frameworks for designing online learning spaces and communities of practice, and considers the roles of participants and teachers within them.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of Publicationonline
    PublisherEducation Futures Collaboration Charity (UK Charity number 1157511)
    Publication statusPublished - 26 Oct 2018

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    social learning
    Blended Learning
    internet community
    teacher
    learning theory
    pedagogics
    learning
    community
    education
    learning environment
    educator
    Teaching
    evidence
    literature

    Keywords

    • technology enabled learning
    • connectivism
    • communities of practice

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