In modern tertiary education, there is a great emphasis on providing an individualised learning experience for each student. An increasing number of curricula are now based online, so the focus is tailoring content in a way that enables users to interact and progress at their own pace. However, for on-campus institutions, it is more challenging to create hands-on experiences with an often large and highly diverse cohort. At Bond University, we have been integrating technology in a way that facilitates self-directed learning and content acquisition, alongside our structured teacher-directed sessions. Most of the technology we describe is used within high schools, although it remains restricted to technology programs or peripatetic curricula.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2019|