ICT and Teaching for Understanding
Evaluation & Research in Education Volume 15, Number 3, ISSN 0950-0790
Considers some of the ways in which Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can support teaching for understanding in primary (elementary) schools. Previous research and research in progress about ICT training for teachers suggest that there are clear possibilities for improving learners' understanding using ICT. Identifies some barriers to ICT use. (SLD)
Higgins, S. (2001). ICT and Teaching for Understanding. Evaluation & Research in Education, 15(3), 164.
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