E-learning design:an experiential approach for active engagement

Themelis, Chryssa (2016) E-learning design:an experiential approach for active engagement. In: EEPEK Conference 2016. EEPEK Conference 2016, Book A (1st). EEPEK, Larissa Greece, pp. 120-130.

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Smart learning design is a relative new concept which aims to develop more technology enabled frameworks. The format of the distant learning design is based on a new model called EDECES: create more experiences and prosopognosia (less instructions, more real - life scenarios and timely communication), personal learning spaces (personalized curriculum), active critical and creative dialogue and peer reviewing, explanations about what you have learnt and adaptation to new digital environments (reflections and reflexivity), creativity (products of autonomy), constant democratic evaluation (weekly polls, learning analytics) and finally sharing with peers and colleagues. While connecting human to human and information, the EDECES model relies on the powers of the networks to maximize impacts and build better connections. It is important to discover new paths and follow them to see where they are going like Odysseus looking for Ithaca.

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