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Using video to improve teaching -- and support teachers

Posted on 17 Sep 2013 with 0 comments
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Much of the discussion related to how new technologies can be used in classrooms in low and middle income countries focuses on the use of PCs, desktops and tablets. Less discussed is the strategic potential of various so-called peripheral devices, which are typically only considered within the context of how they can be used to enhance or extend the functionality of the 'main' computing devices available in schools. This paper considers three concrete examples from around the world that may shed some light on how video can be used to improve teaching and support teachers.


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