|Modulbezeichnung||Principles, Theory, and Practice of Technology Enhanced Learning|
180 hours (self-study: approx. 80 hours; learning activities: approx. 80 hours; participation: approx. 20 hours))
|Einrichtungsverzeichnis||Institut für Pädagogik|
|Verwendbarkeit des Moduls|
Prinsloo, Paul (Modulverantwortung)
Blaschke, Lisa Marie (Modulverantwortung)
Bainbridge, Susan (Modulverantwortung)
Olcott, Donald (Modulverantwortung)
This course is required as the first course of the MTEL program.
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
This course will study the history and evolution of distance education and technology-enhanced learning (TEL). A selected range of social and political/economic factors, theories, learning and teaching models, technology and media innovations, institutions and systems, and major writers that have shaped the development of the field will be critically examined. A variety of technologies will be used to support the development of foundational skills and a personal learning environment that are integral to current practice. Students will also be asked to periodically reflect upon opportunities and barriers that are characteristic of higher education within their local institutional and national context.
All course materials are available as open education resources (OER).
|Dauer in Semestern||15 weeks Semester|
|Angebotsrhythmus Modul||Minimum once per semester|
|Modullevel / module level||MM (Mastermodul / Master module)|
|Modulart / typ of module||Pflicht / Mandatory|
|Lehr-/Lernform / Teaching/Learning method||Internet-based discussion forums, group activities, learning activities, webinars, selfstudy, online seminars with guest experts|
|Vorkenntnisse / Previous knowledge||Proficiency in internet and Microsoft Office use; self-organization skills.|
End of semester
Students must successfully complete learning activities (PASS/FAIL) throughout the course, as well as regularly participate in discussion forums and group activities. ECTS points will be awarded upon successful completion of the portfolio, which includes the results of all course learning activities (e.g., brief essay, case study, expert interviews, report, reflective learning journal, small group project, debate, bibliography/annotation). Learning activities will be graded as PASS/FAIL. At mid-semester, students will receive a progress report regarding their status in class, along with feedback for improvement. The final examination grade will be assigned to the portfolio submitted by the student at the end of the semester.
|Angebotsrhythmus||SoSe oder WiSe|
|Workload Präsenzzeit||56 h|