A review of how class orchestration with technology has been conducted for pedagogical practices

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Abstract

Class orchestration with technology is gaining attention in managing multiple learning activities at multiple levels in the past decade. However, there is hardly a holistic picture of the research about class orchestration with technology. To understand how class orchestration with technology could help pedagogical practices, this review article first identified two main approaches to class orchestration: one focusing on instructional design with technology for orchestrating the process of pedagogical practices; the other focusing on development and implementation of systems or tools for orchestrating pedagogical practices. Adopting a systematic review method, this study reviewed 43 studies published during 2010–2019, and presented how the studies on class orchestration have been conducted, and what common and different features of the studies on class orchestration are. Issues in the reviewed studies on class orchestration with technology are discussed. Finally, implications for future research on class orchestration with technologies were explored. Copyright © 2021 Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1477–1503
JournalEducational Technology Research and Development
Volume69
Issue number3
Early online dateMay 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2021

Citation

Song, Y. (2021). A review of how class orchestration with technology has been conducted for pedagogical practices. Educational Technology Research and Development, 69(3), 1477–1503. doi: 10.1007/s11423-021-10001-y

Keywords

  • Class orchestration with orchestrable technology (OA)
  • Orchestration technology (OT)
  • Theories
  • Alignment
  • Pragmatism

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