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Title: Evolution of a higher ed curriculum based ecosystem
Holmesglen Authors: Cheers, Chris 
Keywords: Environmental psychology
Innovations in education
Blended learning
Complexity Science
Curriculum Based Ecosystem
Ecological Psychology
Distributed Cognition
Issue Date: 25-Nov-2012
Conference Name: ascilite 2012
Conference Location: Te Papa Tangarena, Welllington, New Zealand
Abstract: In a Higher Education context learning is an individual experience within a learning community. Such a community no longer needs to be bound by temporal or spatial limitations. Drawing on concepts found in Complexity Science, Ecological Psychology and Distributed Cognition this paper argues that educational design needs to focus on supporting the dynamics and flow of interaction, the exchange of ideas and negotiation of meaning within a curriculum based ecosystem.
Description: Paper submitted for ascilite 2012 conference "Future challenges / Sustainable futures", 25-28 November 2012 in Wellington, New Zealand.
Type: Conference Paper
Copyright holder: The author
Affiliates: Holmesglen Institute
Holmesglen Department: BCE- Degree Programs
Holmesglen Faculty: Faculty of Building, Construction and Engineering
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