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[P11] Report on good practice of innovative applications of learning theories in TEL
A report on learning theories and how the design of innovations in technology enhanced learning may be reviewed through a multi-levelled stakeholder analysis.
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School Matters – Happiest Days?
I presented this Teachers' TV programme and co-authored the script. I was recruited to this work after a long telephone conversation with the researcher about the concept of 'delight' which Ultralab had been promoting throughout its work in the previous decade.
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Ultraversity Research Findings
These are reports from Ultralab's innovative participant action-research Ultraversity Project. This project has, over three years, developed a higher education degree for workplace, online learning which leads to a BA (Hons) Learning Technology and Research from Anglia Ruskin University. They discuss the following issues: * What action did student researchers take? * Innovation in assessment * What jobs do our student researchers do?
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Towards a pedagogical framework for the mobile Game-Based Learning project – key considerations
Paper presented at the conference ICL2006 held in Villach, Austria
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File From Mathematics Teacher to Computer Assisted Learning Researcher
In this article, I discuss a journey from Mathematics and Computer Studies teacher in secondary school to an educational researcher in computer assisted learning. Along the way, in collaboration with other early pioneer teachers and encouraged by visionary education advisors a personal kit computer was constructed in 1978, an educational simulation created in 1979, before employment as an educational simulation developer as part of the UK Computers in the Curriculum project from 1980 to 1990. Although a specific case, issues of general interest about major upheavals in the educational and technology worlds and personal issues in an unusual and ground-breaking career are discussed.
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