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Teachers as Learning Designers: What Technology Has to Do with Learning. A View from Singapore
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Educational Technology Volume 56, Number 4, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

This article discusses the controversies and value in the use of technology for learning. It proposes that as a teaching tool, technology also opens up new possibilities for teachers to design meaningful learning experiences for their students. The appropriate use of technology promises to deepen the learning of traditional literacy, numeracy, and the mastery of subject knowledge. More importantly, technology provides opportunities for the development of 21st century competencies. Jointly, they form the complementary competencies for students to become future-ready.

Citation

Fei, V.L. & Hung, D. (2016). Teachers as Learning Designers: What Technology Has to Do with Learning. A View from Singapore. Educational Technology, 56(4), 26-29. Retrieved October 18, 2019 from .

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