This paper describe the ways in which the authors have used digital pedagogy to address the loneliness of the distance learner by making their online course more inclusive and interactive.

Author Biography

Hafdís Guðjónsdóttir is a professor at the University of Iceland School of Education (IUE). She has collaborated with colleagues from Europe, Australia, and the United States on projects focusing on inclusive practices and multicultural education, teacher education, and self-study of teacher education practices. From the perspective of constant change, critical theory, and pedagogy, she conducts research with teachers, students, families, and school personnel. Her methodological approach includes qualitative research, teacher research, and self-study of educational practices. Her research interests are in the areas of inclusive and multicultural educational practices, pedagogy, professional development, and teacher education.



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