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(De)Constructivist applications of technology

In Foundations of Instructional Technology and Design (or Instructional Design and Technology), the reading is deep into┬álearning theories and instructional theories and how each intersect with instructional design and technology (and, naturally, theories of instructional design and technology). Or as … Continue reading

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An Ethical Model for #IDT?

Last week, I wanted a model for ethical instructional design and technology, and this week I got it. I suppose I should do the reading one week in advance. J. Michael Spector in Foundations of Educational Technology: Integrative Approaches and … Continue reading

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Learning from Mistakes and Ethics #IDT

For my Foundations of Instructional Design and Technology course, I offered my thoughts on ed-tech cyclical failures and a need for ethical design. Comments to my discussion board post, which is locked away inside a LMS, referred to ed-tech adoption … Continue reading

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