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Australian Educational Computing

June 2005 Volume 20, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Learning Technologies--Making IT Happen in Schools

    Ian Webb

    This author states that he feels privileged to have been able to contribute to a number of teacher professional associations since the early 1980s at both the local and national levels. His... More

    pp. 3-7

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  2. An Open Letter to the Professional Communities of Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE)

    Michelle Williams

    This article presents an open letter to the Professional Communities of Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE). In preparing for this article, the author looked back over the... More

    pp. 8-10

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  3. Twenty Years of Australian Educational Computing: A Call for Modern Traditionalism

    Anne McDougall

    This article reflects on twenty or more years of development and research in educational computing. It argues that the emphasis on exploiting the technology in the service of contemporary ideas... More

    pp. 11-13

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  4. Megabytes and Colour, but Learning Is Still the Issue

    Geoff Cumming

    In the first issue of "Australian Educational Computing," in 1986, Cumming and Abbott reported a controlled comparison of top-down and bottom-up teaching strategies for Grade 5 and 6 students' use ... More

    pp. 14-17

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  5. Ten More Years of Educational Technologies in Education: How Far Have We Travelled?

    Ron Oliver

    This paper describes the advancements that have occurred in the use of educational technologies over the past ten years (1995-2005) and argues that progress has been slow and reminiscent of the... More

    pp. 18-23

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  6. PD and ICTs: We Have a Ways to Go

    David H. McKinnon & Lena Danaia

    The last 20 years have seen immense gains in computing power available to schools and a wide variety of useful educational software and services. Professional development in the computer area,... More

    pp. 24-28

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