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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

March 2006 Volume 15, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Integrativism as a Theoretical and Organisational Framework for E-Learning and Practitioner Research

    Patrick Dillon & Mauri Ahlberg

    In this article integrativism is proposed as a framework for e-learning and practitioner research. The philosophical bases of integrativism are outlined. Foundational principles of integrating... More

    pp. 7-30

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  2. A Comparative Study of Information and Communications Technology Policy in Primary Education in Two Small Islands

    Kay Xuereb

    Research into small island states emerged during the period of decolonisation with comparative case studies making a valuable contribution. This study was undertaken to evaluate information and... More

    pp. 31-45

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  3. An Investigation into the Wood Collective UKonline Information and Communication Technology Project

    John Rhodes

    Adult education and ICT (information and communication technology) are intrinsically linked and ICT infiltrates every part of our lives. As those who have grown up and been educated in the ICT age ... More

    pp. 47-61

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  4. Methods for Evaluating Critical Learning Using Online Discussion Forums

    Nigel R. Riley

    This study is concerned with evaluating critical learning of 10-11 year-old students studying global citizenship through an online discussion environment. The evaluation is based on analysing the... More

    pp. 63-78

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  5. Identifying Success in the Application of Information and Communication Technology as a Curriculum Teaching and Learning Tool

    Lesley Rocha Mello

    This research seeks to identify generic factors that have contributed to the successful integration of information and communication technology (ICT) across the curriculum in the secondary section ... More

    pp. 95-106

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  6. A Study of the Effectiveness of a Web Resource in Supporting Student Learning on a General Certificate of Secondary Education Course in Information and Communications Technology

    Peter Napthine

    Web-based technologies are increasingly being used in schools to support teaching and learning. With a similar increase in access to computers and the Internet by students away from school, the... More

    pp. 107-123

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  7. The Participants' Experience of Taking a Post-Degree Qualification: The Importance of Relevance

    Michael Hammond

    This article reports on the experiences of six participants in a Master's degree in Education (M.Ed.) programme based at the University of Exeter who had all contributed to a collection of academic... More

    pp. 125-137

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