Virtual School Meanderings

May 9, 2013

ELESIG Webinar Today: Theories For A Digital Age With Steve Wheeler

From the inbox this morning.  Note this event is in about two hours…

A reminder of the latest in our ELESIG webinar series, today Thur 9 May – 1-2 pm

Theories for a digital age -  Steve Wheeler – Plymouth University

Digital learning in the digital age is changing, and this requires new theorisations, new models and new pedagogical concepts. In this presentation I will explore some of the new and emerging theories relating to teaching and learning in the digital age. Find out about bearpit pedagogy, connectivism, paragogy, heutagogy, rhizomatic learning, post-modernism.

Digital learning in the digital age is changing, and this requires new theorisations, new models and new pedagogical concepts. In this presentation I will explore some of the new and emerging theories relating to teaching and learning in the digital age. Find out about bearpit pedagogy, connectivism, paragogy, heutagogy, rhizomatic learning, post-modernism.

http://uni-of-nottingham.adobeconnect.com/elesig

Hope you can make it.

The ELESIG Organising Team

Visit ELESIG at: http://elesig.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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