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Emerging designs for education

Edgar L. Morphet

Emerging designs for education

by Edgar L. Morphet

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Published by Citation Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Edgar L. Morphet and David L. Jesser.
SeriesDesigning education for the future -- No. 5
ContributionsJesser, David L.
The Physical Object
Pagination240 s
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20314023M

Instructional design and emerging teaching models in higher education Article (PDF Available) in Computers in Human Behavior 17(5) September Author: Jorma Enkenberg. The design firm Kahler Slater has an extensive portfolio of higher education projects, many catering to professions like medicine, dentistry, nursing, and business. But even as STEM buildings proliferate, colleges are hardly devaluing their liberal arts programs; in fact, it’s just the opposite, says Mary Le Johnson, AIA, AISD, Principal and.

Design Thinking for Higher Education. To meet the challenges of a new era, universities should redesign their core functions while also creating capacities to reach emerging and underserved markets. Open access to this article is made possible by BYU-Pathway Worldwide & ASU's Center for Organization Research and Design.   DeGennaro D. () Evolving Learning Designs and Emerging Technologies. In: Fraser B., Tobin K., McRobbie C. (eds) Second International Handbook of Science Education. Springer International Handbooks of Education, vol Cited by: 2.

Four research projects used Second Life", a 3D virtual-world platform, to investigate aspects of technology-enhanced STEM education. These European and USA studies, which differ in their pedagogical-philosophy commitments, theoretical frameworks, methodologies, and target content, critically examine a range of cognitive, affective, technical, and social factors pertaining to the Cited by: 7.   The book Best Practices for Teaching with Emerging Technologies written by Michelle Pacansky-Brock is targeted towards technology in higher education. As an elementary teacher, I still found this book to be useful and relevant for all educators/5(73).


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