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investigation into the use of the computer as a catalyst for purposeful talk in the classroom

Sally Tweddle

investigation into the use of the computer as a catalyst for purposeful talk in the classroom

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Ed.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Educational Psychology.

Statementby Sally Tweddle.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13889601M

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Apr 13,  · School trips and classroom lessons: An investigation into teacher–student talk in two settings Transcripts from one secondary and three primary school classes provide evidence of the extent to which teachers' talk conformed to a triadic pattern, with discourse during the pre- and post-visit lessons more closely adhering to this pattern.

THE USE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSROOM Mehmet Acikalin PHD student at the Ohio State University-Columbus OH-USA Social Studies & Global Education Stinchcomb Dr.

#6, Columbus OHPh: Erdinc Duru Post-doctoral student at Penn State University, Harrisburg PA-USA. Although school trips to informal science institutions can result in conceptual and affective gains, the processes by which they do so are not yet clearly understood.

Taking a sociocultural perspective that highlights the importance of discourse for learning, this work focuses on the talk that occurred in teacher-pupil interactions, both during a museum visit and during pre- and post-visit Cited by: Jun 14,  · This analysis considered the effect of computers in the classroom on academic achievement by analyzing six factors: frequent in-class computer use by trained teachers, race and ethnicity, parents.

A(n) ____ is an outline that specifies the school district's procedures for purchasing equipment and software and training teachers to use and then integrate technology into their classroom curriculum.

School trips and classroom lessons: An investigation into teacher-student talk in two settings Article in Journal of Research in Science Teaching 47(4) - · April with Reads.

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Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 47 (4), - [n/a].Cited by: Teachers’ Views of Computers as Catalysts for Changes in Their Teaching Practice that the computer was not an automatic catalyst toward capability of integrating technology into their. School learning. STUDY. Flashcards.

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The assessment materials included a set of questions for teachers to ask that drew on identified problematic facets of student understanding, clicker technology for collecting student responses, and a set of talk moves to use to support student argumentation about their responses.

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Australian Journal of. Nov 30,  · Natascha Chtena is a PhD student in Information Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. You can follow her on Twitter @nataschachtena. Amidst reports of Steve Jobs and other Silicon Valley CEOs imposing extremely strict technology rules on their children, the debate around technology use in the classroom has caught fire once again.

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