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The impact of cross-age peer tutoring on third and sixth graders' reading strategy awareness, reading strategy use, and reading comprehension
The present study explores the impact of an experimental reading intervention focusing on explicit reading strategy instruction and cross-age peer tutoring on third and sixth graders’ reading… Expand
Institutionalised ICT use in primary education: A multilevel analysis
This study uses a multilayered framework of different independent school and teacher variables to study which factors are related to the use of ICT for teaching and learning in Flemish (Belgium)… Expand
Getting inside the black box of technology integration in education: Teachers' stimulated recall of classroom observations
This study explored the black box of technology integration through the stimulated recall of teachers who showed proficiency in the use of technology to support teaching and learning. More… Expand
Identifying multiple roles of ICT coordinators
This study reports on the development and validation of measurement scales to study the different roles fulfilled by ICT coordinators. Based on a review of the literature, a 24 item questionnaire was… Expand
The contribution of pupil, classroom and school level characteristics to primary school pupils' ICT competences: A performance-based approach
- Koen Aesaert, D. Nijlen, R. Vanderlinde, J. Tondeur, Ines Devlieger, J. Braak
- Psychology, Computer Science
- Comput. Educ.
- 1 September 2015
The central aim of this study was to investigate which pupil, classroom and school level characteristics are related to primary school pupils' actual ICT competences. A sample of 378 pupils in 58… Expand
Teaching and Learning with Mobile Technology: A Qualitative Explorative Study about the Introduction of Tablet Devices in Secondary Education
This paper investigates teachers’ and students’ perceptions concerning the impact of using tablet devices for teaching and learning purposes. An explorative focus group study was conducted with… Expand
The Gap between Educational Research and Practice: Views of Teachers, School Leaders, Intermediaries and Researchers.
The relation between educational research and practice is a growing point of interest and has produced numerous lively debates. Although many reports and position papers have been published on this… Expand
The e-capacity of primary schools: Development of a conceptual model and scale construction from a school improvement perspective
In the search for factors affecting the use of ICT in educational settings, several authors have presented holistic conceptual frameworks. In this study, we argue that while these models are valuable… Expand
Primary school pupils' ICT competences: Extensive model and scale development
- Koen Aesaert, J. Braak, D. Nijlen, R. Vanderlinde
- Computer Science, Psychology
- Comput. Educ.
- 1 February 2015
In search of factors that affect pupils' ICT competences, research has developed and empirically validated several conceptual frameworks. Although these frameworks are valuable ways of initially… Expand
The content of educational technology curricula: a cross-curricular state of the art
The purpose of this study is to analyze the content features of educational technology curricula for primary education developed by national governments. A qualitative cross-case document analysis of… Expand