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Journal of Learning Design

Volume 8, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Bi-Relational Design: A Brief Introduction and Illustration

    Raoul Adam

    This paper introduces and illustrates Bi-relational Design (BD) as a general approach to (re)solving wicked problems. BD theorises oppositional, equipositional and para-positional approaches to... More

    pp. 1-20

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  2. Five C Framework: A Student-Centered Approach for Teaching Programming Courses to Students with Diverse Disciplinary Background

    Mary Tom

    The already existing complexities of teaching and learning computer programming are increased where students are diverse in their disciplinary backgrounds, language skills, and culture. Learners... More

    pp. 21-27

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  3. Remixing to Design Learning: Social Media and Peer-to-Peer Interaction

    Gail Casey & Muriel Wells

    Social and participatory media offer opportunities to interact and share user-generated content. After some investigation and research, the authors are in their initial stages of using such media... More

    pp. 38-54

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  4. Re-Thinking Microbiology/Infection Control Education to Enhance the Practice-Readiness of Health Professional Students: More than Just a Curriculum Issue

    Jennifer L. Cox, Maree Donna Simpson, Will Letts & Heather Cavanagh

    Undergraduate education in the health professions is intended to produce competent health professional graduates. Infection prevention and control (IPC) is a necessary element of daily practice in ... More

    pp. 55-67

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  5. Authentic Instruction and Technology Literacy

    Susan Cydis

    Technology integration is an important aspect of student competence in the 21st century. The use of technology in teaching and learning is a valuable practice for supporting student learning and... More

    pp. 68-78

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  6. The "Gourmet" Sausage Factory: Keeping It Human

    Christiaan Willems

    Whilst tertiary institutions have and continue to invest heavily in the technological aspects of online Teaching & Learning (T&L), there does not appear to have been a commensurate... More

    pp. 79-94

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