Technological advancements have pushed the boundaries of tertiary education design and delivery across the globe. Flexible teaching and learning delivery approaches have proliferated in recent times without much attention to pedagogically-driven learning designs. This paper reviews various pedagogical designs used as part of e-learning and blended learning models in business education. It also maps the tenets of learning theories to selected e-learning designs. Tertiary educators face several challenges when implementing e-learning designs in business education. They include a traditional structured approach to learning, difficulties in catering to diverse student cohorts equitably, and choosing effective technologies that underpin a particular e-learning pedagogy.
"Curriculum Design for Flexible Delivery: An Assessment of e-Learning Approaches,"
Internet Learning: Vol. 2
, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.apus.edu/internetlearning/vol2/iss2/9
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