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Smart Pedagogy for Technology-Enhanced Learning

  • Linda Daniela
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Abstract

The progress of technology has raised challenges to the educational environment, so it is necessary to search for answers to the questions: How can one teach better? How can one scaffold the student in the learning process? What kind of competencies should be developed? What competencies do teachers need? What kind of technology should be used or not be used? This chapter analyses the role of pedagogy for education and outlines the risks for cognitive development that may result from the introduction of technology without an understanding of pedagogical principles. These risks are defined as a centrifugal effect that can be mitigated by integrating technology into the educational process using the principles of Smart Pedagogy.

The idea of Smart Pedagogy for technology-enhanced learning is defined, and the author explains why the term ‘Smart’ has been chosen to define the pedagogical aspects of TEL. In addition, a conceptual model of the educational process in which Smart Pedagogy is the driving force of technology-enhanced learning is developed. There is outlined the necessity for predictive analytical competence, which is emerging for TEL.

Keywords

Smart Pedagogy Technology-enhanced learning Conceptual model of technology-enhanced learning Predictive analytical competence Technology 

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Authors and Affiliations

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

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