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Classroom logistics: Integrating digital and non-digital resources


Computers & Education Volume 69, Number 1, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd


This response to Dillenbourg's postulations on Orchestration analyses the relationship between classroom logistics and learning. It is necessary to detail the precise actions that the teacher must perform in order to apply the proposed strategies for the integration of digital and non-digital resources. It is not about teacher training; it is about giving teachers the tools to structure their classes and empower them beyond the training process. Every aspect of the class should be specified, leaving what finally will be performed to the teacher. We conclude that an adequate orchestration helps to guide the teacher through the work to be performed in the classroom, allowing a shift from an instructor-centered arrangement, in which the teacher radiates knowledge before a passive class of students, to one where the students actively participate, with the teacher acting as a mediator.


Nussbaum, M. & Diaz, A. (2013). Classroom logistics: Integrating digital and non-digital resources. Computers & Education, 69(1), 493-495. Elsevier Ltd. Retrieved December 7, 2019 from .

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