TEL is about using technology to help students achieve the learning outcomes in a course by positively influencing their learning behaviour, as well as enhancing their knowledge construction and social interaction. At SMU, CTE supports TEL through funding support, pedagogical consultation, and evaluation of student learning.
The TEL projects funding are used to support projects to enhance:
- Personalised learning
These include, but are not limited to, the development of innovative, interactive and engaging digital content in the form of single-player games and simulations, self-paced digital tools that provide learners with choices in the learning process or have adaptive features to cater to the learning progression of students and virtual reality tools.
- Collaborative and interactive learning
These include, but are not limited to, the development of immersive and engaging multi-player team-based games and simulations that enhance collaborative learning.
- Experiential learning
These include, but are not limited to, the development of tools that facilitate learning through innovation and knowledge production, and/or participatory learning and action.
Please browse through the following TEL projects categorised by School and Project Type.
Please click here to view the Case and Teaching Notes that have been written for the Projects below