Abstract—Learning technologies intrinsically pervade
education via Internet, encouraging teachers to conform their
pedagogical practices. However, this information era imposes an
interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach for applying
instructional strategies to technology. In this work, a knowledge
engineering case is described to represent the knowledge design
entailment issues when integrating learning theories with
information technology. The systematic and procedural
language of computers in scene illustrate the challenge task of
instruction design to develop customized content and to assess
students’ learning. Underlying these reasons, this work create
awareness for the long trip to deal with pedagogical technology
intricate issues in order to cause students to learn, and not only
to use technology tools.
Index Terms—Educational technology, knowledge engineering, pedagogical issues, instructional design, ontology.
The authors are with the Department of Computer Science of the Federal University of Tocantins, Brazil (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: David Prata, George França, and Marcelo Lisboa, "Entailment Issues to Integrate Learning Theories with Educational Technologies," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 9, pp. 726-730, 2016.