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Despite the critically reflective work of the past decade, we think that many theorists have not gone far enough In urging a re-orientation In design models In which Inter-lnstltutlonal teams must work cooperatively over a long period of time. One essential way in which the design process in a...
During 1988-1989 the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, and the Instructional Processes group from Edmonton Public Schools undertook a collaborative project to design and produce a level II interactive videodisc on questioning strategies in the classroom. This paper tells a little...
Telecommunications and an alternative practicum model: Collaborative entrepreneurship in teacher educationDownload
As in many schools of education, the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta has initiated a number of collaborative projects with partnership schools in an attempt to remove the gap between the traditional, university‐based component of practicum courses, and the practice of the...
Faculty adoption of teaching and learning technologies: Contrasting earlier adopters and mainstream facultyDownload
The adoption of teaching and learning technologies is an innovation that challenges the structure, culture and practice of modern research universities. This paper documents quantitatively and qualitatively the attitudes, skills and behavior of the faculty related to the use of instructional...
En los últimos años, hemos visto que varias teorías del posmodernismo y del feminismo comparten un deseo de romper con las distinciones tradicionales de varias oposiciones binarias: \"el arte\" y \"la vida\", lo masculino y lo femenino, la alta cultura y la cultura popular, lo central y lo...
This article describes the re-design and evaluation of a full-year undergraduate course, An Introduction to the World's Religions, from a traditional lecture-based model to a Web-based format. The highly personal and valuative nature of the course content, as well as large class size and lack of...
This paper is a retrospective restorying of an instructional design project in which members of a large urban school board collaborated with faculty members of a large university to design and produce an interactive videodisc. This story has been told from a number of perspectives, but is...
Computer based models of teaching and learning are receiving renewed attention in the post-secondary sector. In the province of Alberta, Canada, over $40000000 (Canadian) has been made available to the adult learning system under the Learning Enhancement Envelope (LEE) funding initiative, for...
Instructional and learning technologies are playing an increasingly important role in postsecondary education, but there is evidence that a number of differences exist in how females and males approach, per- ceive, and implement these technologies. As faculty start to offer more of their courses...
The evolving use of learning technologies and systems, such as learning object systems, to support more social learning environments in which learners have more agency than ever before to construct their own learning experiences is an innovation that involves both faculty and learners in a...