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Students creating digital video in the primary classroom: Student autonomy, learning outcomes, and professional learning communities

  title={Students creating digital video in the primary classroom: Student autonomy, learning outcomes, and professional learning communities},
  author={Michael Henderson and Glenn Auld and Bernard John Holkner and Glenn Russell and Wee Tiong Seah and Anthony Ernest Fernando and Geoff Romeo},
  journal={Australian Educational Computing},
This research is a part of a national project to identify effective sustainable and embedded use of ICTs leading to improved educational outcomes. The project identified six schools and conducted a qualitative case study analysis out of which eleven successful strategies were reported. One of these strategies was observed at a primary school and demonstrated highly effective and sustained use of digital video production by students leading to changes in pedagogy and teacher’s roles, heightened… Expand

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