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Journal of Learning Design

Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Unlearning Pedagogy

    Erica McWilliam

    Our teaching and learning habits are useful but they can also be deadly. They are useful when the conditions in which they work are predictable and stable. But what happens if and when the bottom... More

    pp. 1-11

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  2. Multiple Perspectives on Blended Learning Design

    Betty Collis, Anoush Margaryan & Marc Amory

    Learning in the corporate setting not only relates to individual competence development but also to a demonstration of business impact and a contribution to the strategic ambitions of the company. ... More

    pp. 12-21

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  3. Incorporating Real Experience into the Development of a Classroom-Based Simulation

    Brian Ferry, Lisa Kervin, Brian Cambourne, Jan Turbill, John Hedberg & David Jonassen

    This paper reports on the design of an on-line simulation that enhanced preservice teacher practicum experience in the important area of literacy teaching. Research with more than 200 users of the ... More

    pp. 22-32

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  4. Informing Future Learning Designs in Preservice Teacher Education through Quantitative Research: A Primary Science Example

    Peter Hudson

    Reform documents have provided a framework for advancing science education (e.g., The Australian National Science Standard Committee, 2002), but omit the need to assess preservice teachers prior... More

    pp. 33-44

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  5. Using Conceptual Mapping as a Tool in the Process of Engineering Education Program Design

    Alistair Inglis & Alan Bradley

    An evaluation of application of the conceptual mapping technique (Inglis, 2003) to the team-based design of fourteen courses in an Engineering undergraduate program is described. The evaluation... More

    pp. 45-55

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  6. Dimensions for Blended Learning Technology: Learners' Perspectives

    Kathleen Matheos, Ben K Daniel & Gordon I. McCalla

    This paper reports on a case study aimed at developing a better understanding of the different dimensions of blended learning technology. Drawing upon learners' experiences, it examines the... More

    pp. 56-75

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