Pedagogy Leads Technology
This book highlights research and practice where pedagogy effectively utilises as well as leads the technology in teaching, learning and assessment in higher education. The examples provided, not only highlight how teaching practice can become research, an important focus for 21st century academics, but also provides exemplary case studies and theoretical perspectives on the importance of a student-centred approach to adopting technology for teaching and learning. This book presents leading research from around the world, grouped into the following four themes: 1. Interactive Technologies for Learning Deborah West; Linda E. Robinson, Robert D. Hannafin & David R. Parker; Peter Mark Jansson; Kate Thomson, Boon-Kiang Tan & Christopher Brook. 2. Learning through Online Communities Carmen Pérez Basanta; Mark Mabrito; Marlo Ransdell; Trevor Nesbit. 3. Online Collaborative Learning Jason Black & Lois W. Hawkes; Arianne Rourke & Kathryn Coleman; James A West. 4. Reflecting on Reflective Practice Arianne Rourke & Kathryn Coleman.