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Calculating whether 1:1 laptop programs transform maths teaching

Posted on 04 Jun 2015 with 1 comments
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Funding for the provision of laptops, as well as training to build teacher capacity, has been provided by governments, through initiatives such as the Australian Government’s Digital Education Revolution. How has this technology changed what happens in teaching and learning? A paper outlines the findings of a project investigating the reality of a one-to-one laptop program in the teaching of mathematics in two schools.


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