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Title Grand challenge problems in technology-enhanced learning II : MOOCs and beyond : perspectives for research, practice, and policy making developed at the Alpine Rendez-Vous in Villard-de-Lans / Julia Eberle [and three others], editors
Published Cham : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 104 pages) : illustrations
Series SpringerBriefs in education
SpringerBriefs in education.
Contents Grand Challenges in Technology-Enhanced Learning: A Dialog Started in Villard de Lans -- Grand Challenge Problem 2: Adaptive Awareness for Social Regulation of Emotions in Online Collaborative Learning Environments -- Grand Challenge Problem 3: Empowering Science Teachers Using Technology-Enhanced Scaffolding to Improve Inquiry Learning -- Grand Challenge Problem 4: Supporting Teacher Decision-Making Through Appropriate Feedback -- Grand Challenge Problem 5: Bringing the Information and Communication Society to Vocational Education and Training -- Grand Challenge Problem 6: Technology to Bridge the Gap Between Learning Contexts in Vocational Training -- Grand Challenge Problem 7: Towards Adaptive and Adaptable Learning in Massive Online Courses -- Grand Challenge Problem 8: Interactive Learning Analytics: From Accountability to 'Opportunity Management' in a Multi-actor Perspective -- Grand Challenge Problem 9: How Can TEL Contribute to Challenging Educational Inequalities? -- Grand Challenge Problem 10: TELEARC an Agile and Productive Networking of TEL Small and Medium Sized Research Labs -- Grand Challenge Problem 11: Empowering Teachers with Student Data -- Grand Challenge Problem 12: Assessing Student Learning Through Continuous Collection and Interpretation of Temporal Performance Data -- A Challenge to Enhance the System of Education--a Comment from a Researcher Perspective -- The Grand Challenge of Diversity--A Comment from a Researcher Perspective -- A Comment from a Practitioner Perspective -- Building the Future of the Digital Age School--A Comment from a Practitioner Perspective -- What Do Policy Makers Learn from Foresights Around ICT-Enabled Learning--A Comment from a Policy Maker Perspective
Summary This book reports on the proceedings at the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous 2013, presenting strategies in handling challenges that arise when using technology-enhanced learning (TEL). With insightful contributions from leading teachers, practitioners, researchers and policy makers, this volume will inspire everyone interested in TEL in their future projects. This book continues the influential work of the STELLAR network which was funded by the European Commission to structure the research area of technology-enhanced learning and continues to the work on the previously developed research vision. It has potential to become influential in Europe, North America and Asia
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 29, 2015)
Subject Educational technology.
Web-based instruction.
Education -- France -- Villard-de-Lans.
Education -- Effect of technological innovations on.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Open learning.
Form Electronic book
Author Lund, Kristine, editor
Tchounikine, Pierre, 1964- editor
Fischer, Frank, 1965- editor
ISBN 3319125621 (electronic bk.)
9783319125626 (electronic bk.)