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Rev. of Policy Unplugged: Dis/connections Between Technology Policy and Practices in Canadian Schools, by J. Jenson, C. Brushwood, B. Rose, and B. Lewis
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Research suggests effective classroom ICT integration occurs through needs-based, collaborative professional development (Chandra-Handa, 2001; Cuttance, 2001; Figg, 2000; Gibson, Oberg, & Pelz, 1999; Gross, 2000; Haughey, 2002). A community of practice (CoP) (Wenger, 1998; Wenger, McDermott, & Snyde...
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'This book present viewpoints of the international authors, who are teacher educators, highlighting their best practices in their own environments, and how it can relate and be applicable to the readers' environment'--Provided by publisher.
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Abstract: Technology integration occurs most effectively when students take ownership of their education (Dexter, Anderson, & Becker, 2000); this results in a learner-centered rather than teacher-centered learning environment (McCombs, 2002). One particular technology resource that has shown...
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A growing literature suggests that there is a disjuncture between the instructional practices of the education system and the student body it is expected to serve, particularly with respect to the roles of digital t...
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