Posted by: MandyS | June 27, 2013

Onward and upward?

Well here we are at the end of another block and another TMA out the way with another looming.

I think what I have learned in particular from this Block is the fact that the ultimate driving force behind the integration of technology into education is the learner. They are the ones making the decisions about what works and what doesn’t and I think this is the key issue for anyone developing module materials and devising learning outcomes. But what else would one expect when the desire is for the learner experience to be student-centred?

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