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2018-03-14

北大教育论坛-Conceptualizing and Measuring Learning Interactions: From Classrooms to MOOCs

  

  Terry AndersonAthabasca University教授

  时间:2014年12月9日(周二)下午2:00-4:00

  地点:大赢家即时比分206教室

  主持:郭文革副教授

  摘要: Interactions is at the heart of all educational transactions. In this presentation I exam the key role of interactions in learning - with a key focus on ways to measure, assess and substitute amongst student-student, student-content and student-teacher interaction. I also examine social and pedagogical structures that we have evolved to maximize interaction effectiveness, while containing costs in both campus and online based contexts. The work draws on my earlier work developing and authenticating the Community of Inquiry model with its focus on social, teaching and cognitive presence. It briefly looks at my Interaction Equivalency Model and ends with a brief over of our new open access monograph Teaching the Crowd: Social media and learning。

  简介:Terry Anderson is a professor at Athabasca University - Canada's Open University in the Centre for Distance Education. He is a former Canada Research Chair in Distance Education and a regular keynote presenter at distance education, online learning and educational technology conferences. Terry is the author or co-author of 10 books and over 100 articles and book chapters relating to distance and online learning.  He is the Editor Emeritus of the International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning –IRRODL, and founder of the Canadian Institute for Distance Education Research (CIDER).  His two most recent books Online Distance Education: Towards a research Agenda and Teaching the Crowd: Learning and Social Media are available as open access texts from Athabasca University Press aupress.ca

  


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