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The alignment of digital pedagogy to current teacher beliefs

  title={The alignment of digital pedagogy to current teacher beliefs},
  author={Sarah Prestridge},
This paper explores teacher beliefs that influence the ways Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are used in learning contexts. Much has been written about the impact of teachers' beliefs and attitudes to ICT as 'barriers' to ICT integration (Ertmer, Ottenbreit-Leftwich & York, 2007; Higgins & Mosley, 2001; Loveless, 2003). This paper takes a closer look at the types of beliefs that influence ICT practices in classrooms and the alignment of these beliefs to current pedagogical… Expand

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