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Title: The 8 Learning Events Model: a Pedagogic Conceptual Tool Supporting Diversification of Learning Methods
Authors: Verpoorten, Dominique
Poumay, M
Leclercq, D
Keywords: TENCompetence
8 LEM
Issue Date: 13-Sep-2006
Abstract: This paper presents the 8 Learning Events Model (8LEM), a pedagogical reference framework which was used, in more than 100 online course, as a starting point for instructional planning. Besides supporting teachers in early stages of the learning design continuum, the paper shows how this learning/teaching model, as a professional development tool, prompts them to diversify the learning methods experienced by students in their courses. A two-pronged rationale about the importance of this diversification with respect to "mathetic" competence development and epistemology is also proposed to discussion. Keywords: mathetical competences, learning methods, teacher's professional development.
Description: Please, cite this publication as: Verpoorten, D., Poumay, M., & Leclercq, D. (2006). The 8 Learning Events Model: a Pedagogic Conceptual Tool Supporting Diversification of Learning Methods. Proceedings of International Workshop in Learning Networks for Lifelong Competence Development, TENCompetence Conference. September 12th, 2006, Sofia, Bulgaria: TENCompetence. Retrieved June 30th, 2006, from http://dspace.learningnetworks.org
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/695
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