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British Educational Research Journal

June 2006 Volume 32, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Teachers' Developing "Practical Theories" of the Contribution of Information and Communication Technologies to Subject Teaching and Learning: An Analysis of Cases from English Secondary Schools

    Rosemary Deaney, Kenneth Ruthven & Sara Hennessy

    This article examines teachers' "practical theories" concerning the contribution of information and communications technology (ICT) to teaching and learning, as they are elaborated and refined in... More

    pp. 459-480

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  2. Can ICT Reduce Social Exclusion? The Case of an Adults' English Language Learning Programme

    Sue Webb

    Strong claims are made for ICT-based lifelong learning as an effective way of reducing the exclusion of various groups in society, yet, there is very little research to support these claims.... More

    pp. 481-507

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