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Pedagogical Shifts: Learning Analytics of Mobile Learning Using Rain Classroom in Theatre Arts Classes
Wong,Katrine K.1; Li,Zihao Michael2
2020
Source PublicationLecture Notes in Educational Technology
Pages349-363
AbstractPedagogical shift is traditionally understood as transformative changes of educators’ understanding in teaching and learning (Shulman, 1987). Typically, pedagogical shifts are moments, scenarios and circumstances in which educators find themselves beginning to accept and experiment with new ways of teaching (hands-on activities designed to cater to learners’ learning needs, for instance) while departing from conventional educational models (primarily lectures structured to deliver content knowledge).
DOI10.1007/978-981-15-3142-2_27
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Language英语
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Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Corresponding AuthorWong,Katrine K.
Affiliation1.Centre for Teaching and Learning Enhancement,Interim College Master of Ma Man Kei and Lo Pak Sam College,English of Faculty of Arts and Humanities,University of Macau,Macau,China
2.The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts,Hong Kong
First Author AffilicationFaculty of Arts and Humanities
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Wong,Katrine K.,Li,Zihao Michael. Pedagogical Shifts: Learning Analytics of Mobile Learning Using Rain Classroom in Theatre Arts Classes,2020:349-363.
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