Oliver, Martin and Domingo, Myrrh and Hunter, Jade and Pan, Lin and Gourlay, Lesley (2014) Pre-tertiary engagement with online learning : Exploring uses of online learning environments and digital technology for progression into and through Higher Education. [Report]
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This report outlines work undertaken by the Institute of Education to explore how pre-tertiary experiences of online learning influences students’ successful transitions into and through Higher Education. The work was commissioned by Pamoja Education, and the studies that were undertaken focused on the experiences of students and staff taking part in Pamoja Education courses offered as part of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The work involved reviewing previous literature about the role of technology in preparing students for University study; undertaking a survey of International Baccalaureate students (including Pamoja Education alumni) to explore their experiences; interviewing Pamoja Education alumni as a way of explaining and elaborating these patterns of experience; and asking teachers to reflect on how they worked with learners to support them online. Each of these areas of work is reported in a separate section of this report.
|Controlled Keywords:||pre-tertiary, online learning, transition, e-learning|
|Depositing User:||Atira Pure|
|Date Deposited:||20 Oct 2014 12:55|
|Last Modified:||29 Jan 2015 10:31|