Summary: Technology Enabled Challenge-Based Learning in a Global Context

  1. David Gibson, Curtin University, Australia
  2. Leah Irving, Curtin University, Australia
  3. Katy Scott, Curtin University, Australia

Monday, March 6 3:00 PM-4:00 PM

Presider: {% thumbnail paper.presentation.session.presider.user.profile.photo "micro" crop="center" as photo % Jane Hunter, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Australia

Abstract: Scalable educational technology enables digital learning experiences to effectively reach a global audience with new approaches to teaching and learning. One new model is challenge-based learning in a global context, which is an extension of problem-based, project-based and contextual teaching and learning. This article describes the theoretical and organizational foundations of the design of a challenge-based learning technology platform for higher education that supports global collaborative team problem-solving experiences. Case examples are provided by the concrete approaches used with Curtin University’s Challenge platform to enable and support scalability, self-organizing and self-directing teams, automated assessment methods and the support of creative transmedia narratives.

ID
51013
Type
Brief Paper
Topics
Games & Simulations International Education New Possibilities with Information Technologies
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