Learning design: conceptualizing a framework for teaching and learning online - London Routledge Taylor and Francis Group 2016 - xii, 270 p.

Table of content

Foreword by Diana Laurillard
Chapter 1: The Larnaca Declaration on Learning Design – 2013 by James Dalziel, Gráinne Conole, Sandra Wills, Simon Walker, Sue Bennett, Eva Dobozy, Leanne Cameron, Emil Badilescu-Buga, and Matt Bower
Chapter 2: Theoretical underpinnings of Learning Design by Gráinne Conole
Chapter 3: Reflections on Metaphors for Learning Design by James Dalziel and Eva Dobozy
Chapter 4: Learning Design in the New Digital Age by Simon Walker and Mark J.P. Kerrigan
Chapter 5: The complementary nature of Learning Design and TPACK by Eva Dobozy and Chris Campbell
Chapter 6: The 7Cs of Learning Design by Gráinne Conole
Chapter 7: Investigating University Educators’ Design Thinking and the Implications for Design Support Tools by Sue Bennett, Shirley Agostinho, and Lori Lockyer
Chapter 8: A Deeper Understanding of Reuse: Learning Designs, Activities, Resources and Their Contexts by Sandra Wills and Chris Pegler
Chapter 9: The Use and Usefulness of Transdisciplinary Pedagogical Templates by Eva Dobozy and James Dalziel
Chapter 10: Social Adoption of Learning Design by Emil Badilescu-Buga
Chapter 11: A Framework for Adaptive Learning Design in a Web-conferencing Environment by Matt Bower
Chapter 12: Learning Design: Where Do We Go From Here? By James Dalziel, Sandra Wills, Grainne Conole, Simon Walker, Sue Bennett, Eva Dobozy, Leanne Cameron, Emil Badilescu-Buga, Matt Bower and Chris Pegler
List of Contributors

The new field of learning design has the potential to revolutionize not only technology in education, but the whole field of teaching and learning through the application of design thinking to education. Learning Design looks inside the "black box" of pedagogy to understand what teachers and learners do together, and how the best teaching ideas can be shared on a global scale. Learning design supports all pedagogical approaches, content areas, and fields of education.

The book opens with a new synthesis of the field of learning design and its place in educational theory and practice, and goes on to explore the implications of learning design for many areas of education—both practical and theoretical—in a series of chapters by Larnaca Declaration authors and other international experts.



Instructional systems
Internet in education
Social science
Computer-assisted instruction

371.3 / L3

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