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Openness in Education: An Interview with Martin Weller

By Suzan Koseoglu, Aras Bozkurt / September 18, 2018

This interview about openness in education was conducted with Martin Weller by Suzan Koseoglu and Aras Bozkurt. Weller is a Professor of Educational Technology at the Open University (UK) and the president of The Association for Learning Technology. A prominent figure in the move toward opening up education, Weller has published many articles and four books on topics related to open and online education, including The Digital Scholar and The Battle for Open. » [Full Article]
TYPE: INTERVIEW, INTERNATIONAL ONLINE EDUCATION

Gamification, Education and E-learning: An interview with Andrzej Marczewski

By Aras Bozkurt / September 11, 2017

In this interview from Aras Bozkurt, one of the leading gamification experts, Andrzej Marczewski, discusses the definition of gamification, its impact on and its application in e-learning, and some insights about the future of the gamification. » [Full Article]
TYPE: INTERNATIONAL ONLINE EDUCATION

Technology Enhanced Learning for Higher Education in Brazil

By José Dutra de Oliveira Neto, Gilvania de Sousa Gomes / August 16, 2016

There is a pressing need to adapt to the students' learning style because old teaching strategies no longer work today. Emerging technologies present new opportunities for transforming teaching and learning. Active methodologies like flipped learning, using technology and collaboration, provides a new instructional model that improves teaching effectiveness and efficiency in higher education. » [Full Article]
TYPE: HIGHER EDUCATION, INTERNATIONAL ONLINE EDUCATION

Not Just for Students: Mobile Teacher Professional Development

By Mary Burns / March 26, 2015

Mobile phones are emerging as an important professional learning vehicle for the millions of teachers who lack access to computers and technology and their use as teacher professional development tools is expanding. This article shares some examples of how simple mobile phones provide teachers in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia with access to content, language instruction, and curriculum. While the mobile phone is a promising tool for teacher learning, the article outlines some of the challenges associated with mobile learning and cautions against the temptation to abandon or reduce face-to-face interventions (when possible) in favor of phone-based learning. » [Full Article]
TYPE: INTERNATIONAL ONLINE EDUCATION