Towards a Mapping Framework of ICT-enabled Innovation for Learning
ICT is regarded as a key enabler of innovation and creativity in E&T and for learning at large. Based on desk research and on previous JRC-IPTS studies, this report provides a definition and classification of ICT-enabled innovation for learning that has significant scale and/or impact at system level, both within formal Education and Training and outside formal settings. A mapping framework is also proposed that can be used for an in-depth analysis of existing initiatives showing how ICT-enabled innovation is implemented on a large scale. Finally, the report provides a preliminary application of four diverse initiatives on the proposed mapping framework.
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- Michael Fullan, 2011. "Choosing the wrong drivers for whole system reform," Educational Studies, Higher School of Economics, issue 4, pages 79-105.
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