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Teachers’ changing practices with ICT

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Globally, governments have made significant investments in the development of digital curriculum resources as well as funding professional development to ensure teachers are well prepared to embrace the new era of teaching and learning with digital devices. Research indicates that there is hesitation, by some teachers, to include digital technologies in their teaching. Teachers’ changing practices with information and communication technologies: an up-close, longitudinal analysis, a research paper by Joanne Orlando, reports on a 5-year qualitative, longitudinal study on the teaching practices of a small group of Australian primary and secondary school teachers in their use of digital technology.


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