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What is E-pedagogy

Handbook of Research on New Media Literacy at the K-12 Level: Issues and Challenges
Approaches to teaching that utilise the affordances of digital information and communication technologies and cater for the learning preferences of the digital generation.
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Emerging E-Pedagogy in Australian Primary Schools
Jennifer Way (University of Sydney, Australia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-120-9.ch037
The purpose of this chapter is to provide some insight into the technology related changes that are occurring in Australian primary schools, particularly regarding pedagogy. It argues that the ways in which the digital generation use new technologies outside their school classrooms, to access information, communicate and learn, contrasts markedly with the more traditional pedagogies within the majority of Australian primary schools. Application of a research-based framework that allows the monitoring and description of the complex technology-mediated changes in pedagogy, has revealed that a small, but growing proportion of teachers are creating new learning environments that reflect some of the characteristics of the e-learners outside school. It is the intention of the author to encourage further exploration of this topic by providing background on the scope of the issues underpinning the development of e-pedagogy in schools, and a tool that can be used to examine changes occurring in schools.
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Measuring Effectiveness in Online Instruction
The study of teaching via the Internet, or the study of online instruction
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Mode Neutral: The Pedagogy that Bridges Web 2.0 and e-Learning 2.0
A specifically designed set of principles and practices that focus on how to delivery content to those using technology in their learning.
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Modeling the Model for Distributed Learning
Teaching and learning strategic developed specifically for online and/or blended environments.
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