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Teachers’ changing practices with information and communication technologies: an up-close, longitudinal analysis

Posted on 13 Nov 2014 with 0 comments
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This paper reports on a 5-year qualitative, longitudinal study on the scholarly practices of a small number of Australian primary and secondary school teachers in their use of digital technology. The study aimed to understand the complexity of their changing practices. Four categories of change were evident in the teachers’ practice with digital technology over time: knowledge, learning organisation, pedagogy and core approaches to teaching.


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