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Title: E-Learning and Constructivism: From Theory to Application
Authors: Koohang, Alex
Riley, Liz
Smith, Terry
Issue Date: 2009
Source: Interdisciplinary Journal of e-learning and learning objects (IJELLO), 5. p. 91-109
Abstract: This paper presents a learner-centered model for designing e-learning assignments/activities within e-learning environments. The model is based on constructivism learning theory. The model includes two categories - the learning design elements (comprised of fundamental design elements and collaborative elements) and the learning assessment elements (self-assessment, team assessment and facilitator's assessment). The application of the model is shown through various working examples. A factual situation using the model within an e-learning course is presented to further demonstrate the application of the model in an actual e-learning environment.
Keywords: e-learning; constructivism; e-learning design; collaborative learning; assessment
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Category: A2
Type: Journal Contribution
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