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Pedagogical models and frameworks
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28 February 2010
The terms pedagogical models and pedagogical frameworks are often used in the context of e-learning (and indeed of course more broadly for learning and teaching). Models such as Kolb's learning cycle and Salmon's e-moderating framework and Lauriallard's conversational framework are much quoted. These are often used as an analytic lense to frame a research study or as a scaffold for guiding educational innovation.
This cloudscape has been set up as a space to discuss these issues and aggregate information on what models and frameworks are around. Please feel free to add to.
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