Enhancing Learning and Teaching with Technology: What the research says
Author/Editor:    Luckin, Rosemary.
Publisher:    UCL IOE Press
Binding:    pbk.
Physical Media:    book
Pages:    366
Pubn Year:    2018
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ISBN:   9781782772262
ISBN10:   178277226X

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Description: Educational technology is growing fast, with schools, colleges and universitiesmore than ever looking for the best ways to use technology to support learning.At the same time, there is an increasing appetite for learning and teachingpractices to be backed up by evidence. Few resources are able to offer guidancethat has been vigorously tested by research. Now, 'Enhancing Learning andTeaching with Technology' brings together researchers, technologists andeducators to explore and show how technology can be designed and used forlearning and teaching to best effect. It addresses what the research says about:- how and why learning happens and how different technologies can enhance it -engaging a variety of learners through technology and helping them benefit fromit - how technology can support teaching. This book is an accessibleintroduction to learning and teaching with technology for teachers and othereducational professionals, regardless of their experience with using technologyfor education.

Contents: General Introduction: How research is reported in the news, Terry Freedman PART1 LEARNING Introduction: What the research says about how and why learninghappens by David Baume and Eileen Scanlon 1.1 The role of genetic inheritance inhow well children do in schools by Michael J. Reiss 1.2 The value of self-testsand the acknowledgement of uncertainty by Tony Gardner-Medwin 1.3 Context andlearning by Rosemary Luckin. PART 2 THE USE OF DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCELEARNING. Introduction: What the research says about the use of differenttechnologies to enhance learning by Mutlu Cukurova and Rosemary Luckin 2.1 Thenew Computing curriculum in England by Lawrence Williams and MiroslavaČernochová 2.2 Using game design for learning by Charlotte Lærke Weitze 2.3Citizen science and informal learning: A brief commentary by ChristotheaHerodotou 2.4 Video for learning by Nageela Yusuf 2.5 Learning when out andabout by Mark Gaved, Alice Peasgood and Agnes Kukulska-Hulme 2.6 Learning withiPads: ‘Makes learning fun’ by Patricia Davies. PART 3 ENGAGING LEARNERSTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Introduction: Engaging learners through technology by KimIssroff 3.1 Unintentional learning: Are digital games friends or foes? by RafaelMarques de Albuquerque and Shaaron Ainsworth 3.2 Issues of academic integrityaround digital learning and assessment by Charles Crook 3.3 Improving learningthrough engaging spaces by Allison Allen and Richard Allen. PART 4 HELPINGLEARNERS GET THE MOST BENEFIT FROM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY. Introduction: Helpinglearners get the most benefit from digital technology by Rosemary Luckin andMutlu Cukurova 4.1 A contemporary digital capabilities framework by David Baumeand Eileen Scanlon 4.2 Tablet devices in education: Beyond face-value by KeithTurvey and Norbert Pachler 4.3 The maker movement and schools by Torben Steegand David Barlex 4.4 Learning across locations and settings by Ann Jones, EileenScanlon and Koula Charitonos. PART 5 TECHNOLOGY FOR ADULT LEARNERS IN AND BEYONDFORMAL INSTITUTIONS. Introduction: Technology for adult learners in and beyondformal institutions by Stuart Edwards 5.1 Technology, the Internet and adultparticipation in learning by Stuart Edwards 5.2 MOOC development: Priority areasby Rebecca Ferguson, Christothea Herodotou, Tim Coughlan, Eileen Scanlon andMike Sharples 5.3 Widening adult learning participation by Stuart Edwards PART 6HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN SUPPORT TEACHING. Introduction: What the research says abouthow technology can support teaching by Rosemary Luckin and Wayne Holmes 6.1Learning analytics, artificial intelligence and the process of assessment byRosemary Luckin and Kristen Weatherby 6.2 Artificial intelligence and big datatechnologies to close the achievement gap by Benedict du Boulay, AlexandraPoulovassilis, Wayne Holmes and Manolis Mavrikis 6.3 Technology to provideeducational practitioners with the expertise they need by KaśkaPorayska-Poms