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ICTELT Process Model

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The ICTELT process model (http://docs.google.com/View?id=dcqj5jv4_93c59jgwfq) provides a visually presented approach for adapting curricula, activities and/or resources. It has an iterative structure that encourages the alignment of pedagogical perspectives and practice. Practitioners are guided to select a session, set of resources, or programme for adaptation, which has the best chance of success (whether this is measured in completion, retention, learners’ attitudes, improved achievement of learning outcomes, or ‘lessons learned’). The resulting design is developed, piloted, evaluated, revisited, modified and re-evaluated over time. It is assumed there will be access to either experienced peers and/or an ICTELT advisor, as well as to the necessary ICT tools.





Owen, H. (2009). Embrace the new era: integrating ICT enhanced learning into curricula [Electronic Version]. Student Success; A New Era in Ways of Learning from http://akoaotearoa.ac.nz/community/recommended-resources-ako-aotearoa/resources/books/embrace-new-era-integrating-ict-enhance.

Owen, H. (2008, September 8-10). Collaborating by Design. Paper presented at the eFest 2008 - Connected Learning Conference, Auckland, NZ.



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