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Home influence on the use of ICT at school

Posted on 27 Aug 2015 with 0 comments
21st century skills Digital literacy Learning environment

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Australian government statistics reveal that 91% of Australian households with children have a computer and access to computers is no longer seen as an obstacle for most young people. However, students’ experiences with technology beyond school are only just starting to be explored. What is the impact of technology access and use at home on ICT skills and technology use at school? A 2015 Australian study explores this question with a group of year 9 students.


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Learning to teach in a flipped science classroom

Posted on 20 Aug 2015 with 0 comments
Blended learning Engagement and performance ICT in education Learning environment

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Flipped learning is a term used to describe learning that is carried out inside and outside the classroom. A short paper articulates the results of a 3 year longitudinal study that examined the usefulness of four asynchronous tools provided to elementary/primary science teacher interns in a flipped classroom to assist them in creating their first lesson plan.


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