Hi again Tim,
I couldn't quite get the idea of a teacher with a de-emphasized pedagogy. I believe as a teacher you can never work without a specific pedagogy in mind and your praxis is always based on assumptions about how individuals learn. This is precisely the way you select your strategies "properly" in order to foster students' learning. In my view, e-learning platforms are facilitators and as you said before they are only one of several choices teachers have to organize teaching-learning experiences. If there's a tool that is designed to facilitate social-constructivism (and it is actually proven to do so); and teachers want to structure part of their class with socio-constructivist approaches (because they are targeting particular learning objectives) they will probably use that tool....otherwise they will choose a different tool. I definitely agree that e-learning platforms shouldn't promote one pedagogy over the others because this reflects a theoretical fallacy: no teaching-learnig process can ever be purely behaviorist, cognitivist, constructivist etc.