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Learning, Media and Technology

December 2008 Volume 33, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Study of Teachers' Integration of Interactive Whiteboards into Four Australian Primary School Classrooms

    Sue Bennett & Lori Lockyer

    Interactive whiteboards (IWBs) have become increasingly available in Australian primary schools. However, little is known about how they are being integrated by teachers into their teaching... More

    pp. 289-300

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  2. SMART Moves? A Case Study of One Teacher's Pedagogical Change through Use of the Interactive Whiteboard

    Elizabeth H. Mohon

    This case study investigates how the use of an interactive whiteboard (IWB) leads to pedagogical change within a UK secondary school classroom. A teacher's experiences as recorded in a reflective... More

    pp. 301-312

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  3. Teachers' Journeys towards Critical Use of ICT

    Renato Schibeci, Judith MacCallum, Wendy Cumming-Potvin, Cal Durrant, Barry Kissane & Erica-Jane Miller

    Teachers have a central role in developing new learning models in schools. This paper describes a study that explored teachers' confidence and competence in using Information and Communication... More

    pp. 313-327

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  4. Vibrant Student Voices: Exploring Effects of the Use of Clickers in Large College Courses

    Angel Hoekstra

    Teachers have begun using student response systems (SRSs) in an effort to enhance the learning process in higher education courses. Research providing detailed information about how interactive... More

    pp. 329-341

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  5. History Educators and the Challenge of Immersive Pasts: A Critical Review of Virtual Reality "Tools" and History Pedagogy

    John Allison

    This paper will undertake a critical review of the impact of virtual reality tools on the teaching of history. Virtual reality is useful in several different ways. History educators, elementary and... More

    pp. 343-352

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