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Voices and Implementation of Information Technology in an Elementary School Classroom: A Hong Kong Case Study
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Childhood Education Volume 79, Number 5, ISSN 0009-4056

Abstract

A case study of an elementary school in Hong Kong found students benefit most when provided many opportunities to use information technologies (IT). Teachers' attitudes influence students' attitudes toward IT, and teachers are more likely to use technology if equipment is in the classroom. Improved curriculum and teaching methods will ensure the most effective use of information technology. (TJQ)

Citation

Ngan, M.Y., Lee, C.K.J. & Koo, R.D. (2003). Voices and Implementation of Information Technology in an Elementary School Classroom: A Hong Kong Case Study. Childhood Education, 79(5), 268. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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