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Educational transformation with open and social technologies in the non-formal school curriculum: an analysis of three case studies in the United Kingdom

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Educational transformation with open and social technologies in the non-formal school curriculum : an analysis of three case studies in the United Kingdom. / Passey, Don.

2012. 1-10 Paper presented at Open and Social Technologies 2012, Tallinn, Estonia.

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title = "Educational transformation with open and social technologies in the non-formal school curriculum: an analysis of three case studies in the United Kingdom",
abstract = "This paper explores ways that open and social technologies relate to educational transformation, analysing three case studies of exemplar school-based projects. Schools in England have been asked to develop {\textquoteleft}educational transformation{\textquoteright}. Although there is no single definition, aspects of community and social interactions and networking are intended, as is development of appropriate uses of digital technologies. Managing educational transformation with digital technologies requires knowledge, levels of expertise, and willingness to manage innovation. Curriculum position and intention, management models and roles of intergenerational learning are fundamental to developments. Future implications for educational support and schools are considered.",
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note = "Open and Social Technologies 2012 ; Conference date: 30-07-2012 Through 03-08-2012",

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