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The Role of ICT in Science Education
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Cambridge Journal of Education Volume 32, Number 2, ISSN 0305-764X

Abstract

States the role of information and communications technology (ICTs) in education is not homogeneous, only some are designed to support learning. Considers the role of ICT in two models of a British science curriculum: (1) based on empirical science; and (2) based on a model of scientific reasoning. (BT)

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McFarlane, A. & Sakellariou, S. (2002). The Role of ICT in Science Education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 32(2), 219. Retrieved April 22, 2019 from .

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