eDidaktik aims to inspire teachers to use ICT in education on the basis of pedagogical reflections.
We work from a premise that ICT must not be integrated into teaching at all costs, but only when it serves a pedagogical purpose. We believe that it is the individual teacher who, on the basis of her pedagogical reflections, is the best to assess whether and how ICT should be used in teaching, just as it is the individual teacher who can best assess the effect of the use of ICT.
This is why we don't focus on the sharing of standardized, prewritten materials or on the use of centrally produced and distributed learning resources with build-in pedagogical strategies. Instead we focus on the pedagogic application and use of free digital learning tools.
eDidaktik seeks to support the pedagogical reflections and choices, of the individual teacher. We aim to give pedagogy back to the teacher.
The ePedagogical Framework
Therefore eDidaktik introduces The ePedagogical Framework, that can serve as the basis for the teacher's pedagogical reflections and choice of digital tools.
Based on The ePedagogical Framework eDidaktik presents a series of articles on free digital tools for teaching. The articles can act as inspiration for teachers who want to incorporate ICT in education, and give ideas on how to use the tools in support of various forms of teaching. The presented tools are all free and Web-based and work across platforms.
On eDidaktik.dk you will also find information on our inspirational talks on ICT in education, ICT pedagogy, digital literacy and similar topics, and you can find our advice on e-Learning and the development and use of digital learning resources and platforms for teaching.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us.