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Teachers Planning and Implementing ICT-Based Practices


Planning and Changing Volume 35, Number 3, ISSN 0032-0684


Introducing Information Communication Technology (ICT) into schools heightens uncertainty due to the complexity and ambiguity of the process. By decomposition, articulation, and rationalization of ICT-based practices, teachers can better integrate it into the classroom; however, as literature deals with teachers' management of ICT integration, nothing has been written about teachers planning of ICT usage. Here, Tubin and Edri address this gap by studying the process of teachers' planning as well as its effects on ICT implementation at one elementary school. (Contains 1 table.)


Tubin, D. & Edri, S. (2004). Teachers Planning and Implementing ICT-Based Practices. Planning and Changing, 35(3), 181-191. Retrieved June 24, 2019 from .

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