Digital and face-to-face forms of education cannot really be separated
What is it about?
This paper talks about how digital and traditional forms of education are not really separate, and that all teaching requires acts of design and responding to student activity irrespective of if and how students use computers and the Internet.
Why is it important?
By recognising the ways in which digital technology is actually part of day-to-day learning and teaching across all formats, teachers can more meaningfully engage in the design and practice of teaching, and institutions can make more sensible policies and investments in educational technologies.
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