The digital age demands re-thinking of traditional teaching and learning. Rapidly growing technological innovations in education force a paradigm shift from traditional teaching to engineering of learning. The main focus of the book is on the design, development, and implementation of effective learning environments through the use of Information and Communication Technologies in various formats: face-to-face, blended, and distance education. Engineering of learning requires new understanding and reconceptualization of traditional didactics toward e-Didactics in order to effectively design and skillfully align learning objectives, content, and assessment in the digital age classroom. The publication is addressed to educators at different levels and sectors of education and is expected to support their transition to e-Didactics.
Author: Mourat Tchoshanov
Mourat Tchoshanov was born and educated in Turkmenistan. He received his Ph.D. in Russia. Currently Prof. Tchoshanov lives and works in the U.S. He is dual appointed as a Professor of Mathematics Education by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Department of Teacher Education at the University of Texas at El Paso (UT-El Paso). He is also in charge of the Ph.D. Program in Teaching, Learning, and Culture at UT-El Paso. Areas of his research interest include but are not limited to e-Didactics, didactical engineering, teacher knowledge, representation and cognition in learning. The list of his publications includes more than 150 scholarly works, 10 of which are monographs printed by national and international publishers.
Editor: Svetlana Knyazeva, UNESCO IITE