Information Age Education, BA - BSc Hons - Greenwich - Greater London - University of Greenwich - I28678

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Information Age Education, BA - BSc Hons

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  • Objectives
    * To develop and demonstrate an ability to analyse and research the impact of particular technologies on learning as a basis for making reasoned strategies and recommendations * To analyse and resolve education problems arising from technology-driven change * To change and update the delivery of learning to fully exploit the benefits of modern technology in terms of delivering a curriculum
  • Academic title
    Information Age Education, BA / BSc Hons
  • Course description
    This programme offers teachers, future teachers and those involved in education or training an opportunity to learn about new technologies that have an impact on education. In particular, the programme examines the social and cultural impacts of the continuing evolution of technology. Students are required to undertake personal reflection on the changes that they will need to make in order to exploit the benefits of new technologies. The BSc Hons programme includes courses at years 2 and 3 which study particular technologies and the BA Hons programme includes courses at years 2 and 3 that focus on educational aspects.

    Year 1

        * History of Technology
        * Information Age Technologies
        * Psychology and Philosophy of Learning
        * The Education Business

    Year 2

        * Technology for Learning
        * Managing and Evaluating Technology
        * Two options (see below)

    Year 3

        * Reflections on Technology
        * Dissertation
        * Two options (see below)

    Options

        * Business IT Futures
        * Systems Thinking
        * Achieving Equality through Technology
        * Managing Educational Change
        * When is a Teacher not a Teacher?
        * Data, Information and Knowledge

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