Didactic designs - close-ups, distance learning and mapping is the title and theme of Learning Tech 7, which contains articles that look at both students' well-being and mastery experiences during the corona shutdown, homework, the study activity model, literary student discipline, student assignments and student products in mathematics and a presentation of the results of a systematic research review.
Learning Tech 6 is a large special issue focusing on the digital learning platform in Denmark. In this issue, we present 11 research articles written by a number of researchers in connection with the research and development project Use of digital learning platforms and teaching aids.
The theme for Learning Tech 5 is multimodality in didactics and the classroom and the three articles in this issue i.a. grasp multimodal reading practices, multimodal design and multimodality as a didactic category.
Learning Tech 4 contains three subject didactic studies and is written on the basis of NOFA 6, the sixth Nordic subject didactic conference, which was held in Odense last year. The articles focus on the subjects history, foreign languages and mathematics.
Learning Tech 2 has the thematic heading “Curricula and IT” and contains five peer-reviewed articles that examine and relate to what role IT has played in curricula over time, and how IT plays an increasingly important role in schools' everyday lives and in the way in which conduct education.