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Teachers’ pedagogical reasoning and action in the digital age
Beginning teachers are entering the profession with increasing confidence in their ability to use digital technologies which has the potential to change the way teachers of the future makeExpand
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Supporting the digitally able beginning teacher
Abstract This article reports on research which explored the experiences six digitally able beginning teachers during their first year in secondary schools. Using a complexity theoretical framework,Expand
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Evaluating learning in the 21st century: a digital age learning matrix
If the purpose of secondary schooling is to educate the upcoming generation to become active participants in society, evaluation of teaching and learning in the information‐rich digital age should beExpand
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Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age
Throughout history, each new advance in communication technology has brought innovative art forms, startling social arrangements, unanticipated consequences — and dire warnings about the value ofExpand
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Professional development design: Embedding educational reform in New Zealand
Teacher professional development variously supports ongoing skill development, new knowledge, and systems change. In New Zealand, the implementation of major assessment reforms in senior secondaryExpand
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Digital Saviours: Digitally Able Secondary School Teachers in Their First Year of Teaching
The digital era is a time when available technology enables access to information, ideas and people from a range of locations, at anytime. Young graduating teachers have grown up using digitalExpand
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Learning to code or coding to learn? A systematic review
Abstract The resurgence of computer programming in the school curriculum brings a promise of preparing students for the future that goes beyond just learning how to code. This study reviewed researchExpand
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Maximal levels of aspiration, minimal boundary goals, and their relationships with academic achievement: The case of secondary‐school students
Maximising educational attainment is important for both individuals and societies. However, understanding of why some students achieve better than others is far from complete. Motivation andExpand
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Negotiating Digital Divides: Perspectives From the New Zealand Schooling System
Abstract This article explores digital divides identified in research literature and considers educational policy directions that may mitigate or enhance future inequities. A review of literatureExpand
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Perceptions of higher education quality at three universities in Vietnam
Purpose Vietnam is experiencing rapid expansion in the provision of higher education that requires quality assurance appropriate for the Vietnamese-centralised Confucian cultural context.Expand
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