A 3-Dimensional Concept Map for Understanding the Implementation and Evaluation of Technology-Based Learning
Technology-based Learning, TBL, Implementation, Evaluation, Concept Map
In technology-based learning (TBL), implementation is the presentation of the learning experiences to the participants utilizing the appropriate media. An evaluation is integral to the growth of an academic institution. It is a measure by which decisions are made and direction is focused. The importance of evaluating such aspects of TBL is unique in comparison to traditional means. TBL is usually the physical separation between learner and instructor, where the majority of learning by the student takes place independently (Bates, 1995). For this reason, the vehicles in which the TBL is delivered must be supportive and suitable for individual needs. In this paper, literatures on implementation and evaluation will be reviewed and a concept map for understanding the implementation and evaluation of TBL will be structured.
Technology in Education
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, 3-Dimensional Concept Map for Understanding the Implementation and Evaluation of Technology-Based Learning, A
Dr. Jason K. Y. Chan
Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol
New Territories, Hong Kong
Jason Chan earned a credential of Stanford Certified Project Manager (SCPM) from Stanford University in 2007. He graduated from the University of British Columbia (UBC) with a Master degree in Educational Technology in 2005. In 2004 and 1998, he obtained his MSc in Computing and BA (1st Hons) in Public & Social Administration from City University of Hong Kong, respectively. At present, he is a doctoral candidate at the Graduate School of Education of the University of Bristol. As for his research experiences, he participated in several research and development projects within the field of education at several tertiary institutions such as the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the Open University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Institute of Education and City University of Hong Kong. During 2002-2005, he was a Management Team Member in Global Distance Education Network project funded by World Bank and administrated by the Commonwealth of Learning. Currently, he is a Manager (Research) of Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, a policy think tank in Hong Kong. His professional affiliations include membership of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (MIEEE). Jason is also a member of Mensa.