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Category: 21st century skills

Research Reviews

Australian students and ICT literacy
Students, computers and learning
Home influence on the use of ICT at school
Australian students in a digital world
Using technology with gifted and talented
Technologies for literacy
Social media and the online learner
Teachers’ changing practices with ICT
eExams
Creativity and collaboration with ipads
BYOD for teacher education
K-12 digital tools
Computing in schools
Education infrastructure
iPad strategies
Research informed policy
Future strategy
Australian teenagers and ICT
Curation
Learning to integrate ICT
Teacher education and technology
Twenty-first century education
Digital competence
ICT literacy
Myth and reality
Automated assessment
ICT – across the curriculum or not?
Information quality & learners
Reading on screen
Reflections
Social networking and learning
Internet activity and education
Digital Education Revolution
Reading online - OECD
Training and internet access
Maths and mobiles
Take up and predictions
Pedagogy and technology II
Assessment through technology
Flexibility and interaction
Personal learning environments
Culture of innovation
Benchmarking elearning in training
Technology in education myths dispelled
Building innovation: learning with technologies


ICT Research

Evolving classrooms: unlocking teachers’ perceptions and how they impact digital literacy practices
The educational problem that MOOCs could solve
Australia’s digital pulse: developing the digital workforce to drive growth in the future
Web literacy and technology integration: moving beyond TPACK with student-centered instruction
National Assessment Program – ICT Literacy Years 6 & 10
Computing our future: computer programming and coding: priorities, school curricula and initiatives
Schooling redesigned towards innovative learning systems
Building your roadmap to 21st century learning environments: a planning tool for education leaders
The paradigm shift redefining education
Students, computers and learning: making the connection
The influence of the home learning environment on middle school students’ use of ICT at school
Taking the plunge: implementing a student iPad program
The Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum: challenge and opportunity
Coding across the curriculum
OECD digital economy outlook 2015
Australian students in a digital world
Does not compute -the high cost of low technology skills in the U.S.—and what we can do about it
The times they are a-changing: a new model for senior secondary assessment
Building a smart country
Using technology in gifted and talented education classrooms
Digital competence in the knowledge society
Technologies for literacy: using technologies in problem solving environment
Teaching in a digital age - guidelines for designing teaching and learning for a digital
Technology and child development: evidence from the One Laptop Per Child Program
New vision for education: unlocking the potential of technology
A bright future in ICT opportunities for a new generation of women
Women active in the ICT sector
Women and ICT: why are girls still not attracted to ICT studies and careers?
E-skills for jobs in Europe: measuring progress and moving ahead
Integrating information and communication technologies into communication
ICT skills and training development a ‘state of play’
Education Transformation Framework overview: transformation framework
Australian Curriculum Learning Areas: Technologies
Digital Education Revolution – National Partnership, 2009
National School Improvement Tool
MOOC for web talent network
Personalized instruction
Using social media to engage and develop the online learner in self-determined learning
The impact of long-term ICT projects on student attitudes and capabilities
Teachers’ changing practices with information and communication technologies
eExams transforming curriculum
Developing early learners’ creativity and collaboration using iPads
Making the case for BYOD instruction in teacher education
The university library as incubator for digital scholarship
Empowering knowledge building pedagogy in online environments
International computer and information literacy study: assessment framework
The new digital learning playbook
Middle-school students’ online information problem solving behaviors on the information retrieval
Youth and digital skills symposium: preparing young Canadians to make social, economic and cultural
Encinitas Union School District use of mobile devices research study 2012-2013
Connected learning: harnessing the Information Age to make learning more powerful
2013 learning and technology policy framework
Mapping and analysing prospective technologies for learning
Impact of digital technology on learning: a summary for the education endowment foundation
E-learning in school education in the coming 10 years for developing 21st century skills
Reviewing the trajectories of e-learning
2020 vision: outlook for online learning in 2014 and way beyond
Alive in the swamp
ICT-induced technological progress and employment: a happy marriage or a dangerous liaison?
Ethical issues in technology enhanced assessment
Computers in the university exam hall: reflections from Scotland and Tasmania
Creating the next generation of e-assessments in the real world
Learning analytics and technology enhanced assessment (TEA)
Where is the cutting edge of research in e-Assessment?
Student experiences and perceptions of digital literacy skills development
Something’s coming, something good
Pedagogical roles and competencies of university teachers practicing in the e-learning environment
Evidence of the impact of iTEC on learning and teaching
DER mid-program review: assessing progress of the DER and potential future directions
The influence of students’ ICT skills and their adoption of mobile learning
Digital badges for professional development
Re-engineering information technology: design considerations for competency education
Digital technology and Australian teenagers: consumption, study and careers
Advancing Australia as a digital economy: an update to the national digital economy strategy
Report of the E-Learning Working Group
‘Digital natives’: an Asian perspective for using learning technologies
Pre-service teachers’ perceptions on development of their IMD competencies
Beyond the classroom: a new digital education for young Australians in the 21st century
Living and learning with mobile devices
Constructing embodied understanding of technological pedagogical content knowledge
Preparing education for the information society: the need for new knowledge and skills
Meeting the “Digital Natives”: understanding the acceptance of technology in classrooms
Promoting grit, tenacity, and perseverance—critical factors for success in the 21st century
The use of ICT for the assessment of key competences
Quality teaching for personalised learning
Adapting to the digital age: a narrative approach
Teacher educators as learners
Changing assessment —towards a new assessment paradigm using ICT
Technology, broadband and education: advancing the Education for All agenda
How teachers are using technology at home and in their classrooms
Teachers for the 21st Century: using evaluation to improve teaching
Education Today 2013 - the OECD perspective
Draft Australian Curriculum: Technologies
Meaningful assessment for student learning activities that are conducted within virtual worlds
Inquiry into 21st century learning environments and digital literacy
The digital native debate in higher education: a comparative analysis of recent literature
The changing face of education in Hong Kong: transition into the 21st century
Transforming the student experience
Developing key competences at school in Europe
Measuring what really matters



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