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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

2014 Volume 23, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Why It Is Hard to Make Use of New Learning Spaces: A Script Perspective

    Ingo Kollar, Florian Pilz & Frank Fischer

    The authors argue that a script perspective can lead to a better understanding of learning in new learning spaces. Scripts can be understood as flexible, individual memory structures guiding our... More

    pp. 7-18

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  2. Schools for the Future: Subtle Shift or Seismic Change?

    Rosamund Sutherland, Joanna Sutherland, Chris Fellner, Matt Siccolo & Lindsey Clark

    This paper centres around a discussion of the design and rebuild of a secondary school in Birmingham (England) as part of the Building Schools of the Future (BSF) Programme. The BSF Programme was... More

    pp. 19-37

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  3. Looking Back to Imagine the Future: Connecting with the Radical Past in Technologies of School Design

    Catherine Burke

    Why look back to imagine the future? Given the almost universal consensus that higher level technology-enhanced learning should lead in the design of school buildings, what place is there for low... More

    pp. 39-55

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  4. Immersive Simulations for Smart Classrooms: Exploring Evolutionary Concepts in Secondary Science

    Michelle Lui & James D. Slotta

    This article presents the design of an immersive simulation and inquiry activity for technology-enhanced classrooms. Using a co-design method, researchers worked with a high school biology teacher ... More

    pp. 57-80

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  5. Collaborative 3D Learning Games for Future Learning: Teachers' Instructional Practices to Enhance Shared Knowledge Construction among Students

    Raija Hämäläinen & Kimmo Oksanen

    Collaborative games will enable new kinds of possibilities for learning. In the future, the goal of game-based learning should be to introduce new ideas and deepen learners' in-depth... More

    pp. 81-101

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  6. Innovation in Technology-Enhanced Assessment in the UK and the USA: Future Scenarios and Critical Considerations

    Carlo Perrotta

    This paper uses methods derived from the field of futures studies to explore the future of technology-enhanced assessment. Drawing on interviews and consultation activities with experts, the paper ... More

    pp. 103-119

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