Capability versus Competency in Information Technology Education: Challenging the Learning Context for Lifelong Technological Literacy

By Renata Phelps.

Published by The Learner Collection

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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

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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