• Publications
  • Influence
Examining teachers’ beliefs about ICT in education: implications of a teacher preparation programme
Abstract The survey presented in this article examines current teachers’ beliefs and attitudes towards information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. A total of 1165 primary and
Preparing Teachers to Integrate Web 2.0 in School Practice: Toward a Framework for Pedagogy 2.0.
The design and the implementation of a development program aiming to prepare teachers to make meaningful and purposeful use of Web 2.0 tools in the classroom to maximize benefits and enhance students' learning are presented.
Towards an analysis framework for investigating students' engagement and learning in educational blogs
Light is shed into the different ways of students' engagement in a blog-based project, namely their social and cognitive presence that supported the development of a CoI and learning.
The Identification of Key Issues in the Development of Sustainable e-Learning and Virtual Campus Initiatives
A description of the different issues relating to models for best practice and sustainability that has been developed by the PBP-VC project is provided.
Physics instruction in secondary schools: An investigation of teachers’ beliefs towards physics laboratory and ICT
This paper reports on the examination of physics teachers’ beliefs and perceptions of laboratory and ICT supported physics instruction. The findings indicate that the teachers in the sample were
Analysis of students’ participation patterns and learning presence in a wiki-based project
The design framework of the wiki-based project is outlined and an analysis framework is proposed as the result of combining analysis of students’ collaborative actions, e.g. edits and posts in the wiki pages.