"Seamless Learning" listed as among top-10 innovations by Innovating Pedagogy Report 2012
Monday, 06 August 2012
The Open University has published a report on ten new forms of teaching, learning and assessment for an interactive world - to guide teachers and policy makers in productive innovation.
Entitled "Innovating Pedagogy 2012", the report listed LSL’s three-year SEAMLESS learning project spearheaded by Professor Looi Chee Kit as among the top-10 innovations being identified and is cited as a signature study in this area! The project centred around the use of mobile devices as learning hubs to facilitate primary school students’ learning across physical, temporal and social settings.
The longitudinal research has not only resulted in design frameworks to inform practice, it has also led to the devise of a ten-dimensional model by Dr. Wong Lung Hsiang and Prof. Looi Chee Kit, on mobile seamless learning. The notable modeling effort is also cited in the report as a key resources for educators and policymakers.