Increasing Student Engagement and Attainment through the Implementation of Technology Enhanced Learning

Dawne Bell, David Wooff

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Abstract

Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) has emerged to be one of the latest ‘buzz’ words, but within design and technology does ‘TEL’ really have any significant impact upon improving students learning and subsequently their attainment? This article seeks to share aspects of some of the work recently undertaken by undergraduate trainee teachers from Edge Hill University during their professional teaching placements. The work originates from the utilisation of new learning technologies in an undergraduate module, which sought to improve their student learning experience and improve academic attainment.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)16-19
JournalD&T Practice: The Design and Technology Publication for the Profession
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Educational use of QR Codes.

    Wooff, D. & McLain, M., 4 Jun 2015.

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  • Technology Enhanced Learning; A Case Study

    Bell, D. & Wooff, D., 2014, Supporting Student Transitions 14-19: Approaches to Teaching and Learning.. Bostock, J. & Wood, J. (eds.). Routledge (Taylor Francis Group)

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  • Exploring Augmented Reality

    Bell, D. & Jones, R., 2013, In : D&T Practice: The Design and Technology Publication for the Profession. 1, p. 15-17

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