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Leapfrogging Pedagogy: A Design Approach to Making Change in Challenging Contexts
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Electronic Journal of e-Learning Volume 12, Number 1, ISSN 1479-4403

Abstract

At a time of substantial change, globalization, and ubiquitous access to information, educators struggle to change even the most basic aspects of their classrooms. This is especially true for those in challenging contexts where many perpetuate the "mind numbing" practice of rote instruction. This paper describes a collaborative partnership among academics in Canada and East Africa as they develop Innovative Learning Centres (ILC) in their respective institutions to leapfrog pedagogy in imaginative ways, drawing on experiential learning and the Maker Movement in a studio based learning environment.

Citation

Crichton, S. (2014). Leapfrogging Pedagogy: A Design Approach to Making Change in Challenging Contexts. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 12(1), 3-13. Retrieved March 8, 2021 from .

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