Innovating Pedagogy 2012

26 Jul

See on Scoop.itTeaching in the XXI century

This series of reports explores
new forms of teaching, learning
and assessment for an interactive
world, to guide teachers and
policy makers in productive
innovation. The first report
proposes ten innovations that are
already in currency but have not
yet had a profound influence on
education. To produce it, a group
of academics at the Institute
of Educational Technology in
The Open University proposed
a long list of new educational
terms, theories, and practices.
We then pared these down to
ten that have the potential to
provoke major shifts in educational
practice, particularly in postschool education. We have not
deliberately excluded school
education, but that is not our area
of expertise. Lastly, we drew on
published and unpublished writings
to compile the ten sketches of new
pedagogies that might transform
education. These are summarised
below in rough order of immediacy
and timescale to widespread
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