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Virtual worlds in pre-service teacher education : the introduction of virtual worlds in pre-service teacher education to foster innovative teaching-learning processes

@inproceedings{Jacka2015VirtualWI,
  title={Virtual worlds in pre-service teacher education : the introduction of virtual worlds in pre-service teacher education to foster innovative teaching-learning processes},
  author={Lisa Jacka},
  year={2015}
}
ii Publications arising from this research v List of Figures xi List of Tables xi Editorial Notes xiii Chapter 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Education, Learning and Digital Technology in the 21st Century 1 1.2 Educational Change and Innovation 3 1.3 Critically Evaluating Educational Technology 5 1.4 Pre-­‐service Teacher Education 6 1.5 Virtual Worlds 8 1.6 Aims of the Research 11 1… Expand
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