Session – Philosophy of Education Emerging Pedagogies, Enabling Technologies

Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 37:251-258 (2008)
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Abstract

The exponential growth of digital and communication technologies coupled with the rising need for continuing education have resulted in a proliferation of distance learning opportunities on a global scale. The most common and preferred option for the delivery of flexible education is online learning which relies oncomputers and the Internet to enable collaboration, participation and instruction. This new modality of learning requires novel pedagogical approaches and the seamless and transparent integration of technology. This paper proposes to discuss the emerging pedagogical underpinnings and their connection to thetechnologies that enable anytime, anywhere educational participation.

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