E-Learning and New Teaching Scenarios: The Mediation of Technology Between Methodologies and Teaching Objectives

E-Learning and New Teaching Scenarios: The Mediation of Technology Between Methodologies and Teaching Objectives

Cecilia Mari (Università Cattaneo - LIUC, Italy), Sara Genone (Università Cattaneo - LIUC, Italy) and Luca Mari (Università Cattaneo - LIUC, Italy)
DOI: 10.4018/jwltt.2006070102
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Abstract

This paper analyzes the reciprocal influences between various teaching methodologies sup¬ported by information and communication technology (ICT) and the teaching objectives that are pursued by means of these methodologies. The authors present the main characteristics of the conceptual model which has led to the definition of the teaching objectives and the results of the experience of the “eLearning@LIUC” project, where the validity of the hypotheses underlying the model has been tested through their application within concrete contexts. They believe that the presented model, with its analysis of the possible correlations between teaching objectives, teaching methodologies, and technological tools, can provide a new awareness of the opportuni¬ties offered by the adoption of ICT in teaching.

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