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By Carey Molter

Introduces, in short textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture "ake" in such phrases as "cake," "snake," "brake," and "lake."

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Only when existing educational beliefs and practices are questioned and re-assessed is there the potential for a teacher’s use of technology to reflect a more transformative stance. , 2007). Even though higher education institutions have expended enormous amounts on the introduction of learning environments and content management systems, there has been relatively little change in the educational methods and processes. Contentbased resources predominate on many systems and “activities that demand collaboration or reflection … are used less frequently than those activities that replicate face-to-face teaching” (Blin & Monroe, 2008, p.

2010). Scholars, scholarship, and the scholarly enterprise in the digital age. Educause Review, 45(2). edu/ EDUCAUSE+Review/ EDUCAUSEReviewMagazineVolume45/ ScholarsScholarshipandtheSchol/202341 Kember, D. (1997). A reconceptualisation of the research into university academics’ conceptions of teaching. Learning and Instruction, 7(3), 255–275. -P. (2000). Lecturers’ approaches to teaching and their relationship to conceptions of good teaching. Instructional Science, 28(5), 469–490. 1023/A:1026569608656 Kirkwood, A.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines the term agent as “a person or thing that takes an active role or produces a specified effect” and the associated term agency as an “action or intervention producing a particular effect”. We think that it is important to consider who or what takes the active role when teaching innovations are introduced. net/). Very often, the potential agent for change is assumed to be the technology itself (device and/or software); 6 if teachers get their students to use a particular technology, then certain educational outcomes will follow.

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