Teaching, Learning and Technology
Many justifications exist for using e-learning techniques and technologies in teaching and learning. Most of them start by diving in at the e-learning end of the pool and exploring the advantages of the various technologies.
This course starts (at the deep end...) by considering what makes a good lesson and considers how e-learning techniques & technologies can contribute to this objective.
Jisc RSC East Midlands Loughborough College
- Course Aims
This course aims to explore the pedagogical advantages of blended learning and the use of technology
By the end of the course users should be aware of:
- What makes a good lesson
- How blended learning and the use of technology can help achieve these criteria
- The practical issues involved in achieving these advantages using e-learning methods and technologies.
- What makes a good lesson?
- How can e-learning and the use of technology help achieve the criteria for a good lesson?
Disentangling the various views of what makes a good lesson we can identify some common themes where technology can help. Click on the words at each side to get definitions and ideas.
- How does technology help teachers?
- Course design and lesson preparation
- Issues and Constraints
- Using this course
Jisc Regional Support Centres work with more than 2,000 UK learning providers helping them to improve performance and efficiency through the use of technology.
We provide advice and support, share good practice and facilitate collaboration to help solve your everyday challenges and achieve your strategic objectives.
This course was devised by Jisc RSC East Midlands.
All Jisc RSC East Midlands content in this course is available under the Creative Commons licence below.
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Teaching, Learning and Technology Course by Jisc RSC East Midlands is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.