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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

2012 Volume 21, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Accessing Flexible Learning Opportunities: Children's and Young People's Use of Laptops in a Paediatric Hospital

    Amy Nisselle, Shaun Hanns, Julie Green & Tony Jones

    Hospitalised children and young people not only face challenges to their health but also to their continued education and social connections. These challenges can impact on future life trajectories... More

    pp. 3-20

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  2. Evaluating an Online E-Module for Portuguese Primary Teachers: Trainees' Perceptions

    L Pombo, M Smith, M Abelha, H Caixinha & N Costa

    The work reported in this article is part of a wider project that aims to develop and implement a web-based, pan-European, in-service professional development platform for teachers to enhance their... More

    pp. 21-36

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  3. Literacy Teachers' Perceptions of Professional Development that Increases Integration of Technology into Literacy Instruction

    Amy Hutchison

    A national survey of 1441 literacy teachers in the US was conducted to understand the integration of digital technology into instruction. This paper reports results from open-ended questions in the... More

    pp. 37-56

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  4. Student Perceptions of Using the PebblePad E-Portfolio System to Support Self- and Peer-Based Formative Assessment

    Mary Welsh

    The primary objective of the action research project discussed here was to monitor the implementation of an innovative course redesign in which the PebblePad e-portfolio system was used as the... More

    pp. 57-83

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  5. Blogs as Liminal Space: Student Teachers at the Threshold

    Phil Wood

    Trainee teachers undergo a complex series of changes as they move through their training, from subject specialists to teachers of their subjects. This paper considers the results of a small-scale... More

    pp. 85-99

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  6. ICT in English Schools: Transforming Education?

    Hao Yang

    The use of information and communications technology (ICT) as a learning tool has long been acclaimed as a catalyst for educational transformation. Over the past decade, evidence of good uses of... More

    pp. 101-118

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  7. Integrating On-Line Technology into Teaching Activities to Enhance Student and Teacher Learning in a New Zealand Primary School

    Delia Baskerville

    Continuing emphasis given to computer technology resourcing in schools presents potential for web-based initiatives which focus on quality arts teaching and learning, as ways to improve arts... More

    pp. 119-135

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  8. Teaching Literacy in Primary Schools Using an Interactive Whole-Class Technology: Facilitating Student-to-Student Whole-Class Dialogic Interactions

    Damian Maher

    Much of the research conducted on the use of interactive whole-class technologies in primary school classroom focuses on teacher-to-student interactions. This paper, drawing on a social theory of... More

    pp. 137-152

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