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Technology enhancing learning: Analysing uses of information and communication technologies by primary and secondary school pupils with learning frameworks.

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Journal publication date1/06/2006
JournalCurriculum Journal
Volume17(2)
Number of pages28
Pages139-166
Original languageEnglish

Bibliographic note

This article was accepted within an internationally peer-reviewed journal. It detailed an original way to explore impacts of ICT on learning, analysing specific points of impact through a broad but detailed theoretical framework of learning. As a result of the method described (which was detailed further as an accepted chapter in an internationally peer-reviewed edited book), the DfES, the BBC, BESA, and a number of companies (RM, the Guardian, Steljes, Illumina) commissioned work to make pedagogic details accessible through reports and resources to teachers and learners. One of these reports was distributed to a conference of international ministers of education in 2007. RAE_import_type : Journal article RAE_uoa_type : Education

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