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THE CHANGE OF THE TEACHER ROLE IN THE ERA OF NEW MEDIATION

THE CHANGE OF THE TEACHER ROLE IN THE ERA OF NEW MEDIATION,Sergei Muchin

THE CHANGE OF THE TEACHER ROLE IN THE ERA OF NEW MEDIATION  
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as knowledge, learning processes and pedagogical development in higher education become more and more related to new mediation (Digital Media), teachers are facing new processes associated to design, managing and assessment of teaching material. It seems like teachers of today partly have to set aside their role as traditional teachers and instead become designers of learning experiences and environments(1). From being in the center of a traditional pedagogical process, teachers are more obviously just a small component in the complex structures of various interest groups in a university organization. By confrontation with information technology, digital media and the demands that new mediation has on a modern teaching organization, the intervention of pedagogical, economical and administrative aspects are now in focus. What are the experiences, thoughts and emotions in a teacher's mind when tradition and future development take place in their daily work? What can we learn from being part of design processes focusing on this change? This paper describes experiences from a multiphase collaboration project between the school of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chalmers Medialab at Chalmers University of Technology.
Published in 2002.
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