Presentations

Call for presentations extended to Thursday 19th May.

If you would like to present at this year's iMoot, or view the list of approved presentations, you have come to the right place.
**More will appear once we have approved them**
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The high quality of the presentations that we have at the iMoot is what keeps both presenters and attendees coming back year after year. If you are new to presenting at an iMoot - don't worry, you'll get help and guidance from the team to make sure everything runs smoothly.

To submit a presentation proposal please select the 'Add Entry' tab below. We'll do the rest, and get back to you to confirm whether it has been accepted.

Sessions for the iMoot are to be a maximum of 45 minutes long including question time.

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Dorian Love

Technology Mapping as Instructional Design

Content Type: Online Teaching and Course Creation

Language: English

Description of Presentation

The field of Instructional Design often appears to have little relevance to a classroom teacher using an LMS such as Moodle to enhance their teaching. Traditional approaches such as ADDIE are cumbersome and add to teacher workload. Besides this, ID often appears to favour Behaviourist theories of learning, and ignore Constructivist approaches.

In my research on TPACK, I have come across an Instructional Design philosophy which appears to sit well with Constructivist learning theory and with classroom practice using technology. The Technology Mapping ID, pioneered by Angeli & Valanides, and the affordances it offers for Classroom Moodlers will be explored.

Added: Tuesday, 3 May 2016, 4:34 PM
Last Modified: Tuesday, 3 May 2016, 4:34 PM

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