Learning technology through generations – Paper Summary

Anne Strethewey, Donata, Aug 01, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Overview of the development of e-learning through three 'generations' summarizing Terry Anderson and Jon Dron’s  2012 EURODL article, ‘Learning technology through three generations of technology enhanced distance education pedagogy. My own take on the same idea is in my e-Learning Generations article, presented originally in Clare, New Brunswick. The two approaches are very different, though: they focus on the classical pedagogical models (behaviourists, constructivist, connectovist) while I map th chaneg in emphasis revealed through technology: the first three generations of e-learning (and the web generally) represent a focus on documents, while the second three represent a focus on data. Via David T. Jones.

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