Capability versus Competency in Information Technology Education: Challenging the Learning Context for Lifelong Technological Literacy
Explores the various teaching approaches employed, illustrating this reflective, metacognitive approach can assist learners to become more capable, independent, lifelong computer learners.
International Journal of Learning, Volume 8.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISBN: 1863353763.
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 649.808KB), ISBN: 1863353771.
Renata Phelps is a Lecturer in the School of Education at Southern Cross University. She currently teaches in the area of educational information technology working primarily with pre-service teacher education students. Renata has a Bachelor of Library and Information Science, a Diploma in Education and a Masters of Distance Education. She has worked at Southern CrossUniversity since 1989 in
various capacities, including research, instructional design and online development and project management. Renata is currently enrolled in a PhD investigating the effect of various learner-focused teaching and learning methods in developing individual capability in the context of information technology.
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