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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

2014 Volume 23, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Access Denied? Twenty-First-Century Technology in Schools

    Trevor Male & Kevin Burden

    This article considers how developments in technologies have transformed the kind of social interaction possible over the Internet, making it feasible to undertake discourse and dialogue without... More

    pp. 423-437

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  2. "Technological Me": Young Children's Use of Technology across Their Home and School Contexts

    Donna Gronn, Anne Scott, Susan Edwards & Michael Henderson

    Research into children's learning with digital technologies is represented by a growing body of literature examining the relationship between home-school technological practices. A focus of... More

    pp. 439-454

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  3. How Do You Get Pre-Service Teachers to Become "Good at ICT" in Their Subject Teaching? The Views of Expert Practitioners

    Terry Haydn

    The paper reports on a particular strand of the outcomes of the English contribution to an Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development comparative study, "ICT in Initial Teacher... More

    pp. 455-469

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  4. Can They Plan to Teach with Web 2.0? Future Teachers' Potential Use of the Emerging Web

    Ugur Kale

    This study examined pre-service teachers' potential use of Web 2.0 technologies for teaching. A coding scheme incorporating the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework... More

    pp. 471-489

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  5. Meaningful Learning from Practice: Web-Based Video in Professional Preparation Programmes in University

    Wilfried Admiraal

    Web-based video is one of the technologies which can support meaningful learning from practice--in addition to practical benefits such as accessibility of practices, flexibility in updating... More

    pp. 491-506

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  6. Watching Oneself Teach--Long-Term Effects of Teachers' Reflections on Their Video-Recorded Teaching

    Eva-Marie Harlin

    This study examines changes in teaching habits reported by teachers when they see themselves on video. It is a longitudinal study in which 43 student teachers participated in the first step during ... More

    pp. 507-521

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