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New models to equip learners for the knowledge age

Posted on 21 May 2015 with 0 comments
Blended learning Educational leadership Engagement and performance ICT in education

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The knowledge age places demands on the global economy. New skills are required and institutions need to respond to these demands in order to prepare their students to function in this environment. A case study articulates one school’s endeavours to prepare students for the global economy through blended learning.


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Categorisation of educational technology professionals

Posted on 14 May 2015 with 0 comments
Educational leadership ICT in education Learning environment

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Education technology professionals occupy a vital role in teaching and learning. However, lack of clarity and ambiguity prevails in the categorisation and description of the roles and skills of the educational technology professionals. A recent paper, through a literature review, endeavours to identify and compare how educational technology professionals have been operationalised in research and practice.


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