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Educational Review

Nov 01, 2005 Volume 57, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Music Composition Lessons: The Multimodal Affordances of Technology

    Marina Gall & Nick Breeze

    This article investigates the multimodal affordances presented by music software and how it can provide new opportunities for students to engage with composition work in the classroom. It seeks to ... More

    pp. 415-433

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  2. Putting Languages on the (Drop Down) Menu: Innovative Writing Frames in Modern Foreign Language Teaching

    Alison Taylor, Elisabeth Lazarus & Ruth Cole

    The paper presents findings from a school-based collaborative research project, the InterActive Education Project, which linked teachers, teacher educators and university researchers in English... More

    pp. 435-455

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  3. Collaborative Research Methodology for Investigating Teaching and Learning: The Use of Interactive Whiteboard Technology

    Victoria Armstrong, Sally Barnes, Rosamund Sutherland, Sarah Curran, Simon Mills & Ian Thompson

    This paper discusses the results of a research project which aimed to capture, analyse and communicate the complex interactions between students, teachers and technology that occur in the classroom... More

    pp. 457-469

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  4. The Sacred and the Profane: Subject Sub-Culture, Pedagogical Practice and Teachers' Perceptions of the Classroom Uses of ICT

    Peter John

    Drawing on extensive interview data with 37 participants across six subject areas (maths, science, English, music, modern foreign languages and geography) this paper explores and explains the... More

    pp. 471-490

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