Technology Enhanced Learning Video Series S01E09: Dr. Lung Hsiang Wong
Seamless learning refers to the seamless integration of the learning experiences across various dimensions including formal and informal learning contexts, individual and social learning, and physical world and cyberspace. In this episode of Technology Enhanced Learning, Dr. Lung-Hsiang Wong shares Seamless Learning frameworks and principles towards its application in different learning contexts. Dr. Wong begins with clarifying where exactly the seams are in the context of learning and why we are trying to eliminate them. He proceeds to differentiate Seamless Learning from other forms of learning and describe an example of a Seamless Learning module. Dr. Wong ends with some actionable recommendations for educators on how to “seamlessize” the learning environment and apply the principles in under-resourced contexts.
Here is the link on our APSCE Youtube channel: https://youtu.be/Wk1e0uND1Rs
Dr Lung Hsiang Wong is a Senior Research Scientist and the co-Programme Director of the Learning Sciences and Innovation Research Programme at the Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice, Office of Education Research, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He received his Ph.D. degree from NTU, major in computer engineering and with a focus on artificial intelligence in education.
Technology-Enhanced Learning is a joint production of the Ateneo Laboratory for the Learning Sciences and the Asia Pacific Society for Computers in Education.
Host: Dr. Maria Mercedes T. Rodrigo
Video Production Lead: Mr. Jonathan Casano, MS
Video Production Assistant: Dr. Jenilyn L. Agapito
3:00 Seamless Learning: Where are the seams and why do we want to remove them?
5:26 Difference of Seamless Learning from other forms of learning.
7:30 The Seamless Learning environment: How can educators “seamlessize” other forms of learning?
9:29 An example Seamless Learning module: “Plants and Pots”
13:15 Applying Seamless Learning in under-resourced contexts