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The pedagogical designs that are described and discussed in this chapter have been developed in collaboration with several colleagues and the author of this chapter is grateful for their contribution to the development and implementation of these models. These include: Scenario-based learning (Mohan Menon, Chandra Gunawardena, Dayalata Lekamge, Shironica Karunanayaka), with funding support from Commonwealth of Learning and the Open University of Sri Lanka; Problem-based learning and goal-based learning (Andy Koronios and Mary Oliver) with funding support from the Committee for University Teaching and Staff Development, Australia; and learning by designing (Jaynie Anderson and Mathew Riddle) with funding support from the University of Melbourne.

The ideas in this chapter draw from work by this author that has been previously published in the following:

Ip, A., & Naidu, S. (2001). Experience-based pedagogical designs for elearning. Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education. 41(5) September-October Special Issue on “Knowing the Web”, pages 53-58, Educational Technology Publications, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Naidu, S. (2001). Scaffolding student learning in open, distance and flexible learning environments. The Global E-Journal of Open and Flexible Learning (GEJOFEL). 1(1) 84-91. Published by the Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University, Red Cross Building, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal 462016 India, or

Naidu, S. (2002). Designing and evaluating instruction for e-learning. In P. L. Rodgers (Ed.), Designing Instruction for Technology-Enhanced Learning (pp. 134-159). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Naidu, S. (2003). Designing instruction for e-learning. In M. G. Moore & B. G. Anderson (Eds.), Handbook of Distance Education (pp 349-365), London, UK: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, Publishers.

Naidu, S. (2003). E-Learning: A Guidebook of Principles, Procedures and Practices. New Delhi, India: Commonwealth Educational Media Center for Asia (CEMCA), and the Commonwealth of Learning. ISBN: 81-88770-01-9.

Naidu, S. (2004). Learning design as an indicator of quality in teacher education. Paper presented at NAAC-COL Roundtable on Innovations in Teacher Education, Bangalore, India, 2004. In K. Rama, & M. Menon (Eds.) (2004) Innovations in teacher education - International practices for quality assurance (pp. 65-76) Bangalore:NAAC.

Naidu, S. (2004). Supporting learning with creative learning and instructional designs. In J. E. Brindley, C. Walti, and Zawacki-Richter (Eds.), Learner Support in Open, Distance and Online Learning Environments, ASF Series Vol. 9, pages 109-11. Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany.

Naidu, S., Menon, M., Gunawardena, C., Lekamge, D., & Karunanayaka, S, (In press). How can scenario-based learning engender and promote reflective practice in online and distance education. In Mike Spector (Ed.), Finding Your Online Voice: Stories Told by Experienced Online Educators (pp. in press), NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.