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Theory and Practice of Pedagogical Design for Learning in Digital Classrooms IRN

IRN Start Date: December 1, 2012

The advocacy of learner-centered learning and the emergence of digital classrooms lead to the demand for transformation of pedagogical design, with the goal of supporting learners to effectively develop twenty-first century skills through domain knowledge learning supported by digital technologies. This IRN aims to establish a professional network with 14 active scholars in the field of technology enhanced learning from 11 cities/countries across five continents, for the collaborative endeavors of practice-driven research for building theories that inform and direct the pedagogical design conducive to effective implementation of learning in digital classrooms. Through regular face-to-face meetings in conjunction with participation in important international conferences, and continuous sharing and discussions using social media tools, the IRN will make a collaborative effort in preparing common publications and applying common funding in order to investigate, develop, and disseminate new theories and innovative practices of pedagogical design for supporting learning in digital classrooms.



Siu Cheung KONG

The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

Professor and Head of Department

Department of Mathematics and Information Technology

The Hong Kong Institute of Education,

10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong


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