Implementing and Sustaining Educational Change and ICT: A Case Study of a Taiwanese Primary School

  title={Implementing and Sustaining Educational Change and ICT: A Case Study of a Taiwanese Primary School},
  author={Yih-Shyuan Chen and Ian D. Selwood},
This paper is a case study of a school in Taiwan. The School in this study has successfully implemented and sustained the integration of ICT across the curriculum to support teaching and learning, whilst other similar schools have failed to maintain the impetus of a national project. By using questionnaires, interviews and document analysis the leadership and management, organisational processes and decision-making, and ICT resources and technological adoption were analysed. The study… CONTINUE READING

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