Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2020)
The main educational objective is to ensure that students learn new concepts and should be able to apply them in new environments. This has called for the demand for new approaches in terms of the instructional process, use of technology, dissemination of content, and the definition of the learning environment. Coupled with the global upsurge and use of technology in learning, relevant instructional models have evolved from the traditional linear frameworks to ones with diverse and overlapping pedagogical approaches. This has yielded some nonlinear instructional frameworks, models, and theories that integrate a wide variety of learning components that overlap with each other to support the learning process. A successful and reliable nonlinear educational framework should express relevant instructional technology, learning content, characteristics of the educator, and the learning environment either as independent elements or as part of the whole process required during designing, planning, and implementing learning objectives. Technology Learner Content Cognitive (TELECC) Framework is one of the nonlinear frameworks designed to incorporate the four major dimensions of knowledge that focus on promoting successful instruction in learning and place the learner's cognitive values at the nucleus of the educational process. TELECC framework appreciates the role of an educational framework as a personal tool that serves as the foundation upon which the overall instructional process is built on. It further suggests that the overall frame should be tailored and customized to represent the respective institutional vision, philosophy, value, curriculum, and student’s needs. The technological part of the TELECC framework examines suitable technology infrastructure in terms of hardware and software and how it fits into the instructional content and learning environment.
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