Didactics of Smart Pedagogy

Smart Pedagogy for Technology Enhanced Learning

  • Linda Daniela

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxv
  2. Part I

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Katarzyna Borawska-Kalbarczyk, Bożena Tołwińska, Alicja Korzeniecka-Bondar
      Pages 23-39
    3. Neus Lorenzo, Ray Gallon
      Pages 41-69
    4. Polyxeni Kaimara, Ioannis Deliyannis
      Pages 113-137
    5. Matthew Kearney, Kevin Burden, Sandy Schuck
      Pages 139-157
    6. Alvino Moser, Luciano F. de Medeiros
      Pages 179-190
    7. Linda Daniela, Arta Rūdolfa
      Pages 191-209
  3. Part II

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 211-211
    2. Calixto Gutiérrez-Braojos, Jesús Montejo-Gámez, Leanne Ma, Bodong Chen, Marta Muñoz de Escalona-Fernández, Marlene Scardamalia et al.
      Pages 213-232
    3. Nicholas Zaranis, Vasiliki Valla
      Pages 267-284
    4. Jake Rowan Byrne, Sharon Kearney, Kevin Sullivan
      Pages 309-330
    5. Ivan Stojšić, Anđelija Ivkov-Džigurski, Olja Maričić
      Pages 353-369
    6. Branko Bognar, Marija Sablić, Alma Škugor
      Pages 371-392
    7. Panagiotis Karkazis, Helen C. Leligou, Panagiotis Trakadas, Nicholas Vretos, Stylianos Asteriadis, Petros Daras et al.
      Pages 433-451
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 465-478

About this book


The focus on smart education has become a new trend in the global educational field. Some countries have already developed smart education systems and there is increasing pressure coming from business and tech communities to continue this development. Simultaneously, there are only fragmented studies on the didactic aspects of technology usage. Thus, pedagogy as a science must engage in a new research direction—smart pedagogy. This book seeks to engage in a new research direction, that of smart pedagogy. It launches discussions on how to use all sorts of smart education solutions in the context of existing learning theories and on how to apply innovative solutions in order to reduce the marginalization of groups in educational contexts. It also explores transformations of pedagogical science, the role of the educator, applicable teaching methods, learning outcomes, and research and assessment of acquired knowledge in an effort to make the smart education process meaningful to a wide audience of international educators, researchers, and administrators working within and tangential to TEL.


Technology enhanced learning environment TEL environment Digital generation Learning theories for smart pedagogy Smart competencies Soft competencies Virtual reality for education Principles of teaching and learning in smart pedagogy Common core curriculum Transformative educational environment Game-based learning Collaborative learning Developmental theories in the context of smart pedagogy Age-appropriate learning Knowledge construction principles Neo-social constructivism Motivation in educational processes Sensor (motor) development in smart learning environments

Editors and affiliations

  • Linda Daniela
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of Education, Psychology, and ArtUniversity of LatviaRigaLatvia

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