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“Authenticity” A support for students in e-learning Supporting Students in e-Learning International Conference Universita Roma 3 Ray Coughlan, Head Department of Education Development (DEIS ), Cork Institute of Technology 24 th September, 2004. Presentation.
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A support for students in e-learning
Supporting Students in e-Learning
Universita Roma 3
Department of Education Development (DEIS ),
Cork Institute of Technology
24th September, 2004
Higher Education and the Workplace
To innovate in education and training to make the provision more tuned to the need of a diverse range of client groups – particularly within the workplace.
Research, Design, Pilot, Evaluate and Mainstream innovative programmes
Recognition for Prior Learning
The process by which an educational institution and the workplace can work in partnership to design, develop, deliver and support accredited programmes in the workplace
First-line Managers in Chemical
Community Health Educators/workers
‘Learning and Work are not synonymous
Learning and Work are different concepts
Learning and Work are overlapping concepts’
A world of complexity
A world of supercomplexity and radical uncertainty
‘Learning cannot be a matter of self-indulgence’
‘Just as work can be demotivating, burdensome and sometimes threatening, so can learning – particularly if the learner is not supported through the process’
in both personal and resource terms.
Such support frameworks are essential to overcome
‘the existential anxiety of learning’
The National Qualifications Authority of Ireland
The National Framework of Qualifications
Parity of esteem for all forms of learning
(Herrington et al 2003)
Transfer of situated knowledge
Application of abstract principles
(Der-Thanq, Hung 2002)
Pedagogical design relates to movement along the A-G continuum into the
learners zone of ‘proximal development’ (Vygotsky 1981).
From G to A
In the design of learner support systems key issues are
Idealised learning process