Monthly Archives: November 2008

M’s reflections on using ict

For many people living in developed countries, information and communications technologies have become transparent. We use mobile phones, digital still and video cameras, email, applications like Word, Excel, Publisher, Facebook, Flickr, Live Messenger, iPlayer and YouTube almost without thinking as … Continue reading

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Using interactive whiteboards

There has been a steady uptake of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in classrooms over the past few years, especially in primary schools. This has been followed by a growing body of research into their use and effectiveness as teaching and learning … Continue reading

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Reflections on Prensky by a digital immigrant

Most of you have read and commented on the two Marc Prensky articles I flagged up at the beginning of the course and some of you have provided useful critiques of the papers on your blogs. There do seem to … Continue reading

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