Participants are challenged to negotiate the logistics and interrogate the evidence in this rapidly evolving environment.
Problem-solving assignments and peer learning activities encourage and enable the creative application of tools and techniques. The key objective of this module is to inspire participants to test and explore the use of emergent learning technologies (ELT) in a real-world context and inform understanding of the ethical, practical and policy implications within this burgeoning area of expertise
Why study Emergent Learning Technologies at Griffith College?
- You join a diverse, collaborative, reflective community of practitioners who learn from and with each other through discussion, assignments and reflection.
- You will engage in critical reflection of your own practice and other enquiry and research techniques to improve your practice.
- On successful completion, you can continue your studies by taking our MA in Education, Learning & Development.
- Practical and applied learning approach
- Programme team of practitioners from a wide range of education, learning and development roles.
- Networking opportunities with fellow practitioners in education, learning and development
We run two intakes for this course commencing in Autumn and Spring.
*subject to sufficient numbers
Please see the timetable section for the next course dates.