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Título: Depleting the curriculum: teaching digital platforms and curricular impoverishment
Autor: Fino, Carlos Manuel Nogueira
Palavras-chave: Traditional model of didactics
Digital platforms
Curricular impoverishment
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Centro de Ciências Sociais
Data: 2013
Editora: Universidade do Minho
Citação: Fino, C. N. (2013). Depleting the curriculum: teaching digital platforms and curricular impoverishment. Proceedings of the European Conference on Curriculum Studies - Future Directions: Uncertainty and Possibility. Braga: Universidade do Minho, October 2013. Digital Edition (ISBN: 978-989-8525-25-3).
Resumo: The paper aims at showing how curricular complexity tends to be depleted by the use of digital platforms based on the SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) standard, which was created with the main purpose of recycling content as it is supposed to be independent both from the context of learning and the supporting technology also deemed to be neutral, all surrounded by a rhetoric of innovation and “pedagogical” innovation. The starting point of the discussion is García Perez’s model of Traditional Didactics as a simple tool to show almost graphically that any ancient didactic model is far richer in terms of complexity than the linearity, in disguise most of the times but still visible under a not so sophisticated critical lens, of the interaction human-(reusable) content that is the basis of the SCORM standard. The paper also addresses some of the more common deliberate mix-ups related to those digital platforms, such as learning and teaching, content and learning object, systems of automatic teaching and learning management systems.
Peer review: no
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.13/815
ISBN: 978-989-8525-25-3
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