Modelling the Dynamic Nature of Interactivity in Teaching and Learning

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Abstract

This paper describes a theoretical model of the dynamic and complex aspects of 'interactivity' in the context of both teacher-pupil and teacher-pupil-ICT (Information and Communications Technology) interaction. The model provides a means of describing, 'visualising', analysing and utilising the many factors that impact on the quality of teaching and learning experiences in an interactive environment. It defines a multi-dimensional 'teaching and learning space' by representing the possible states of the various 'factors' as dimensions in the 'teaching and learning space'. Interaction is then seen as the movements of teacher, learner and ICT resource in that space.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1999
EventBritish Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference - Brighton, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Sep 19995 Sep 1999

Conference

ConferenceBritish Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBrighton
Period1/09/995/09/99

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    Shabajee, P. (1999). Modelling the Dynamic Nature of Interactivity in Teaching and Learning. Paper presented at British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference , Brighton, United Kingdom.