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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

July 2010 Volume 19, Number 2

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Number of articles: 14

  1. Interactive Whiteboards and Schooling: The Context

    Mal Lee

    This paper seeks to set the scene for the ensuing articles in this themed issue by placing the recent developments with interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in their historical context. It argues that... More

    pp. 133-141

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  2. Interactive Whiteboards and All that Jazz: The Contribution of Musical Metaphors to the Analysis of Classroom Activity with Interactive Technologies

    Gary Beauchamp, Steve Kennewell, Howard Tanner & Sonia Jones

    The teacher's role has often been described as one of "orchestration", and this musical analogy is a powerful one in characterising the manipulation of features in the classroom setting in order to... More

    pp. 143-157

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  3. Developing Competencies for Using the Interactive Whiteboard to Implement Communicative Language Teaching in the English as a Foreign Language Classroom

    Euline Cutrin Schmid

    This paper discusses the findings of a case study conducted with an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher at a German secondary school. This case study is part of a research project that... More

    pp. 159-172

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  4. Disciplinary Knowledge and Gesturing in Communicative Events: A Comparative Study between Lessons Using Interactive Whiteboards and Traditional Whiteboards in Mexican Schools

    Juan Manuel Fernandez-Cardenas & Marcela Lucia Silveyra-De La Garza

    In this study the authors have looked at the use of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in Mexico from a linguistic anthropological perspective. Twenty lessons were video recorded to compare the use of ... More

    pp. 173-193

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  5. Using Interactive Whiteboards to Orchestrate Classroom Dialogue

    Neil Mercer, Sara Hennessy & Paul Warwick

    This paper focuses on the use of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) as a tool for encouraging and supporting classroom dialogue. The authors' concern here is with the promotion of "dialogic"... More

    pp. 195-209

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  6. Multimodality, Orchestration and Participation in the Context of Classroom Use of the Interactive Whiteboard: A Discussion

    Alison Twiner, Caroline Coffin, Karen Littleton & Denise Whitelock

    This paper will offer a discussion of the literature concerning multimodality, orchestration and participation related to classroom use of the interactive whiteboard (IWB). Specifically, it will... More

    pp. 211-223

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  7. Digital Multimodal Texts and Their Role in Project Work: Opportunities and Dilemmas

    Gerd Wikan, Terje Molster, Bjorn Faugli & Rafael Hope

    This paper explores how and to what extent digital multimodal text production can play a role in project work. The focus is upon describing and understanding how teachers and learners view... More

    pp. 225-235

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  8. Keeping in Touch with Learning: The Use of an Interactive Whiteboard in the Junior School

    Ann Harlow, Bronwen Cowie & Megan Heazlewood

    Recent literature on the role of the interactive whiteboard (IWB) has indicated numerous ways in which teachers make use of the IWB to support children's learning. In these studies there is a... More

    pp. 237-243

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  9. Integrating "GeoGebra" into IWB-Equipped Teaching Environments: Preliminary Results

    Zsolt Lavicza & Zsuzsanna Papp-Varga

    The aims of the project described in this paper are threefold. Firstly, the authors aim to examine how "GeoGebra", an open-source dynamic mathematics software application, can be used successfully ... More

    pp. 245-252

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  10. Presentation or Mediation: Is There a Need for "Interactive Whiteboard Technology-Proficient" Teachers in Secondary Mathematics?

    Dave Miller & Derek Glover

    In this discussion piece the authors reflect on work over the past decade, arguing that mathematics teachers have developed technical proficiency in the use of interactive whiteboard hardware and... More

    pp. 253-259

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  11. Developing a User Guide to Integrating New Technologies in Science Teaching and Learning: Teachers' and Pupils' Perceptions of Their Affordances

    James de Winter, Mark Winterbottom & Elaine Wilson

    This paper reports outcomes of a project in which five teachers developed a web-based user guide to integrating new technologies in secondary science teaching. The guide aimed to support the... More

    pp. 261-267

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  12. Level of Technology Integration by Primary Teachers in Cyprus and Student Engagement

    Maria Mama & Sara Hennessy

    The study reported examined the level of integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into whole-class teaching, and considered the teachers' attempts to align technology use... More

    pp. 269-275

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  13. Orchestrating the Instruments: Integrating ICT in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom through Handheld Technology Networks

    David Wright

    This article reports on a study into the integration of ICT for students' personal use in the secondary mathematics classroom through using small software applications on handheld computing devices... More

    pp. 277-284

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  14. Research into Teaching with Whole-Class Interactive Technologies: Emergent Themes

    Karen Littleton

    This discussion paper highlights a number of themes emerging from contemporary research into teaching with whole-class interactive technologies. Focusing particularly on the contributions to this... More

    pp. 285-292

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