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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2006 Volume 22, Number 4


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Assessing technology integration: Its validity and value for classroom practice and teacher accountability

    Kathleen Bowes, Antonia D'Onofrio, Elaine Marker & Elaine Marker

    This article questions whether popular approaches to the assessment of technology integration with classroom instruction are valid. The article explores Messick's (1993) conceptualisation of... More

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  2. ICT integration in schools: Where are we now and what comes next?

    Colin Baskin, Michelle Williams & Michelle Williams

    The case for more technology in schools is compelling. The leverage for a school based solution is traceable to theCommon and Agreed National Goals for Schooling (AEC, 1989), namely that students... More

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  3. Implementation of personal response units in very large lecture classes: Student perceptions

    John Barnett & John Barnett

    This article reports on a large scale implementation of personal response units in three introductory science courses at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. An online survey of students... More

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  4. Online forum discussion interactions as an indicator of student community

    Shane Dawson & Shane Dawson

    Given the current diversity of communication tools at an educator's disposal, what role (if any) does the discussion forum play in the development of a strong sense of community among students?... More

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  5. ICT integration and teachers' confidence in using ICT for teaching and learning in Queensland state schools

    Romina Jamieson-Proctor, Paul Burnett, Glenn Finger, Glenice Watson & Glenice Watson

    Information and communication technology (ICT) curriculum integration is the apparent goal of an extensive array of educational initiatives in all Australian states and territories. However, ICT... More

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  6. Introducing a new learning management system: An institutional case study

    Robyn Benson, Tom Palaskas & Tom Palaskas

    The introduction of an online learning management system (LMS) raises a number of complex issues involving institutional responses at various levels to the adoption and diffusion of technological... More

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  7. Anonymity and in class learning: The case for electronic response systems

    Mark Freeman, Paul Blayney, Paul Ginns & Paul Ginns

    This research presents the results of a study of alternative response methods for in class formative questioning. Students' anonymity from their peers and instructor was studied through a research ... More

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  8. Scaffolding learners in authentic, problem based e-learning environments: The Geography Challenge

    Gwyn Brickell & Jan Herrington, University of Wollongong

    The affordances of online learning technologies have enabled more widespread development of learning environments that facilitate the exploration and solving of complex and realistic problems. In... More

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