John Trushell

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The use of “interactive storybooks” in the primary classroom may facilitate small group and individual reading with minimal teacher intervention. This small-scale study examines whether small groups of Year 5 pupils, without teacher supervision, progress linearly through an “interactive storybook” and whether such diversions as cued animations affect pupil(More)
This paper describes an illuminative small-scale study that featured a survey instrument, distributed to 66 undergraduate students of Education and social science. The investigation concerned students’ use of ICTdincluding a virtual learning environment and the Internetdand students’ engagement in lecturer impressing strategies and cheating behaviours such(More)
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