An academic, researcher and teacher with expertise in Geography, ICT and Education. In 2005 I selected to be awarded the prestigious UK National Teaching Fellowship sponsored by the Higher Education Academy. I research the use of e-learning and computers in education. I am interested in learner-centred approaches in education and aspects of citizenship. I was until recently responsible for international links and exchanges and for the development of many different research and development projects which have attracted national and European funding.
I am presently coordinator of HERODOT, the Thematic Network of Geography in higher education and President of EUROGEO (Network of European Geography Teacher Associations), a member of the Council of Europe Education Group. I am a registered Brussels expert to a number of different programmes and units. I have been a consultant to many different organisations and projects. I am bilingual English-French.
Donert K and Charnsynski P (eds) (2005), Changing horizons in geography education, Association of Polish Adult Educators/HERODOT Network, 328pp (in press)
Donert K (ed.) (2005), Aspects of Geography in European higher education: Geographical Information Systems, HERODOT Network, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool 125 pp
Buckley C and Donert K (2005), Evaluating the pedagogical orientation of distance learning courses using the conversational model, PRIME, 1 (1), 13-25
Donert K (2004), Future Teachers: Some reflections on the state of Online Learning and Teacher Education in Europe, 121-131, in Marinkovic R and Karajic N (eds.), Future and the role of teachers, AZP Grafis, Zagreb, Croatia
Donert K (2004), HERODOT: a thematic network for Geography departments in higher education, 102-113 , in Kent WA and Powell A (eds.), Geography and Citizenship Education Research Perspectives, International Geographical Union Commission on Geographic Education, Institute of Education, University of London
Donert K (2004), The eNews Project: some aspects of online learning and citizenship, 80-93, in Kent WA and Powell A (eds.), Geography and Citizenship Education Research Perspectives, International Geographical Union Commission on Geographic Education, Institute of Education, University of London
Donert K (2004), Analysing the use of virtual learning, collaboration and communication tools in Innovation Education, European Teacher Education Network, volume 6,University of Greenwich Press, 101-114
Donert K (2004), eNews: an ODL platform enhancing the development of Environmental Citizenship, in Constantinou CP (ed.), Computer Based Learning in Science, Vol. II, University of Cyprus, 387-398
Donert K and Bosschaart A (2002), Establishing the role of ICT in delivering Citizenship in Geographical Education, in Proc 12th Annual conference of the European Teachers Association Network, University of Greenwich, London, 83-86
Article of Karl Donert
13 October 2003| 35971
Schools, Higher Education , Training & Work, Learning & Society
Is this the moment for those in the eLearning community to consider whether it is so special? Online courses and training have been shown to be beneficial but technologies are only a means to an end and they are mostly tools for teachers to use. So...