Teachers working in an online world
Broadley, Tania & Trinidad, Suzanne (2008) Teachers working in an online world. In Yelland, N, Neal, G, & Dakich, E (Eds.) Rethinking education with ICT: New directions for effective practices. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 149-165.
This book brings together a number of academics who have conducted research and written about effective practices and pedagogies that incorporate the use of information and communications technologies (ICT). The book is intended for graduate and undergraduate students in Teacher Education programmes, as well as teachers and those who areinterested in contemporary educational issues. The authors in this book have been engaged in rethinking education with ICT. Implicit in this, is the view that we need to reconceptualise our pedagogies and practices in order to make schools relevant to the lives of the young people who inhabit them. The chapters in this book are based on empirically grounded research work. The chapters illustrate the various dimensions of innovative practices with ICT that can extend teachers’ pedagogies and engage learners so that they are able to extend their potential for knowledge building in new and dynamic ways.
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