Technology Enhanced Learning: Application, Adaption and Advancement

Dawne Bell, D. Wooff

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This presentation details how the use of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) has been integrated into an undergraduate module on an initial teacher training course. The module which was designed to engage student teachers in the design development of a futuristic concept product previously involved the production of a paper based design portfolio and three dimensional solid block model. Using the notion of ‘design fiction’ as a catalyst for work, the module was developed to include creative and innovative approaches (TEL) which were designed to enable trainees to chart, capture and reflect upon their learning. The presentation goes on to show how trainee teachers have applied these techniques across alternative applications, including their own classroom based teaching of pupils.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jul 2012
EventHigher Education Academy (HEA) Social Sciences Conference - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Duration: 15 Jul 201216 Jul 2012


ConferenceHigher Education Academy (HEA) Social Sciences Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom

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  • Research Output

    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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    Bell, D. & Wooff, D., 2013, Enhancing Learning through Technology in Lifelong Learning: Fresh Ideas: Innovative Strategies. Ingle, S. & Duckworth, V. (eds.). Maidenhead: Open University Press, p. 100-103

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    Bell, D., & Wooff, D. (2012). Technology Enhanced Learning: Application, Adaption and Advancement. Higher Education Academy (HEA) Social Sciences Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom.