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Towards a strategic integration of digital technologies into classrooms
Reuter, Robert
2016
 

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Keywords :
Educational Technology; ICT integration
Abstract :
[en] Many people think that we need simply need to provide schools with more digital technologies in order to enhance learning outcomes. However, access to the tools is not enough, teachers need to know how to use these tools in effective ways. I will propose a number of theoretical and practical concepts useful for a strategic integration of digital technologies into teaching. The objective of my presentation will be double in the sense that I want to provide teachers with the conceptual tools to (1) better understand the use of digital media and technologies for learning & teaching purposes in educational settings and (2) better plan and design ICT-enriched learning & teaching activities, grounded in learning sciences and connected to specific local contexts. I will present some examples of pedagogical practices that used such a strategic integration of ICT approach in Luxembourg.
Disciplines :
Education & instruction
Author, co-author :
Reuter, Robert  ;  University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Education, Culture, Cognition and Society (ECCS)
Language :
English
Title :
Towards a strategic integration of digital technologies into classrooms
Publication date :
22 June 2016
Event name :
Game Based Learning to Alleviate Early School Leaving (GBL4ESL) Seminar
Event organizer :
Malta Information Technology Agency
Event place :
Santa Venera, Malta
Event date :
22/06/2016
Focus Area :
Educational Sciences
Name of the research project :
GAME BASED LEARNING TO ALLEVIATE EARLY SCHOOL LEAVING
Funders :
Erasmus+
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