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ICT Enhanced Learning and Teaching (ICTELT)

 

Welcome

ICTELT in Action - Sessions

Presentations

 

ICTELT Process Model Scenario 

Papers

 

The ICTELT Framework / Worked Example

 

Key Design Points 

Critiques & Comments

 

ICTELT design mindmap Possible Approaches 

Moodle Moot 2008

 

Self-diagnostic matrix Links to Resources & Tools  Reflections from EIT T&L 2008

 

 

 


 

 

The ICTELT model and framework and associated suite of tools were recently developed (2008), and are currently being piloted in a NZ-wide intervention, as well as with academic faculty, and community organisations. As yet there is no formal data around quantitative improvements, although a formal research study is planned for 2010. There are nevertheless apparent effects on integration into curricula, uptake, and implementation compared with past approaches (such as generic workshops which 'taught' how to use tools). Anecdotal evidence also suggests improvements around attitude and 'buy in', which has resulted in, for instance, formation of Communities of Practice, and 'viral' peer influence and support. So, although there is an intensive initial investment by an institution using the ICTELT approach, the results are long term and observably more effective.

 

 

 

 

After struggling to get my mouth around (and watching the eyes of listeners glaze over as I reeled this out every time), I have decided to coin my own acronym:


Information, communication technology enhanced learning and teaching = ICTELT


Has a certain ring to it, plus it encapsulates the driving force of the pedagogy and the enhancement that the ICT offers to the whole learning and teaching experience. Comments??? Feedback?

 

 

Hazel Owen is an Education and eLearning Consultant at Ethos Consultancy, NZ. She has been involved with implementing ICT enhanced learning for nine years and provides training for faculty, as well as developing blended and online courses. Her research interests include communities of practice/ICT enhanced learning and teaching (ICTELT) underpinned by Sociocultural principles. 

 

 

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Comments (2)

Diana Ayling said

at 1:52 pm on Jun 12, 2009

Hey Hazel, this is looking great. I think it will become the foundation of the work we do in the next year. Great to see the scenario and the self diagnosis section. Are you able to use this on some guinea pigs????

Hazel Owen said

at 6:14 pm on Jun 12, 2009

Thanks for the feedback. Hoping to use it with, say, the group we have next week :-) Will give them experience with wikis, as well as with the tools, concepts etc....

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