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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Feb 07, 2009 Volume 5, Number 1

Editors

Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Tele-collaborative projects in Brazilian Schools

    Miriam Penteado, State University of São Paulo, Brazil

    This paper discusses on the implementation of project work in secondary schools. A main idea of project work is to make students the centre of their learning processes. Project work opens... More

  2. A learner-centered approach with the student as the producer of digital materials for hybrid courses

    Jose Illera & Anna Escofet, University of Barcelona, Spain

    This article presents a pedagogical design model for a university teaching-learning process that seeks to place the emphasis more squarely on learning opportunities than on the part to be played by... More

  3. Innovation of Problem Based Learning through ICT: Linking Local and Global Experiences

    Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Aalborg University, Denmark

    The editorial provides a background for the special issue on Problem Based Learning and ICT and focuses on three core themes: Problem Based Learning (PBL) and its background and pedagogical... More

  4. Managing the gap between curriculum based and problem based learning: Deployment of multiple learning strategies in design and delivery of online courses in computer science

    Ann Bygholm & Lillian Buus, E-learning lab, Aalborg University, Denmark

    Traditionally there has been a clear distinction between curriculum based and problem based approaches to accomplish learning. Preferred approaches depend of course on conviction, culture,... More

    pp. 13-22

  5. Multicultural and Creative On-line Learning

    Verónica Soria, Universidad Catolica Boliviana, Bolivia; Katherine Goodnow, University of Bergen, Norway

    This paper is concerned with the use of a text-based environment – a Moo – to run theoretical and creative courses in the area of media studies. Two of the courses were multicultural and... More

    pp. 23-36