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ImpaCT2: the impact of information and communication technologies on pupil learning and attainment
The report explores the impact of networked technologies on patterns of use of ICT in English, Mathematics and Science at Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and the relative gain for high ICT users versus low ICTExpand
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Exploring the effects of talking book software in UK primary classrooms
This paper reports on an exploratory study concerning the effectiveness of specific design features in talking book software. Talking book software has the potential to complement current approachesExpand
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Web 2.0 technologies for learning at Key Stages 3 and 4:summary report
The research project on Web 2.0 technologies for learning at Key Stages 3 and 4 was a major initiative funded by Becta to investigate the use and impact of such technologies in and out of school. TheExpand
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Evaluation of the Primary Schools Whiteboard Expansion Project
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the headteachers, teachers and local authority staff who assisted us by completing questionnaires and giving us their time for interviews. We would also likeExpand
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Research methods in the social sciences
Rather than being written by one or two `generalists', this innovative book is written by a large number of active researchers about their specialisms in methods/methodologies. The bookExpand
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Embedding interactive whiteboards in teaching and learning: The process of change in pedagogic practice
This paper draws on research carried out for the UK government during 2004–2006 to evaluate the impact of interactive whiteboards for teaching and learning in primary schools in England. MultilevelExpand
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Theory and Methods in Social Research
PART ONE: READING, REVIEWING AND REFLECTING Introduction Research in the Social Sciences - Bridget Somekh et al Working with Literatures - Barbara Kamler and Pat Thomson Ethical Issues in GeneratingExpand
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Social media and education: reconceptualizing the boundaries of formal and informal learning
It is argued that social media has the potential to bridge formal and informal learning through participatory digital cultures. Exemplars of sophisticated use by young people support this claim,Expand
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Technology to support parental engagement in elementary education: Lessons learned from the UK
This paper compares and contrasts two projects in order to better understand the complex issues surrounding the use of technology to support parental involvement with schools and their children'sExpand
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Implementing Web 2.0 in secondary schools: impacts, barriers and issues
One of the reports from the Web 2.0 technologies for learning at KS3 and KS4 project. This report explored Impact of Web 2.0 technologies on learning and teaching and drew upon evidence from multipleExpand
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