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Faneca, Rosa Maria; Araújo e Sá, Maria Helena; Melo-Pfeifer, Sílvia – Language and Intercultural Communication, 2016
This paper is part of a case study aimed at researching the multilingual repertoires of young people from a linguistic and cultural minority. Further, it analyzes the role of and the place given to heritage languages (HL) in the development of a multilingual and intercultural competence in schools. In the scope of the study mentioned above, a…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Heritage Education, Multilingualism, Intercultural Communication
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Palmgren-Neuvonen, Laura; Jaakkola, Maarit; Korkeamäki, Riitta-Liisa – Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 2015
This article reports a case study on sChOOLtv, an online television for primary and secondary schools that aims to bridge the media gap between in-school and out-of-school learning environments. Contrary to its creators' expectations, the number of published videos has not increased since its establishment. Furthermore, the videos were mostly…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools, Educational Technology, Educational Media
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Gronn, Donna; Scott, Anne; Edwards, Susan; Henderson, Michael – Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 2014
Research into children's learning with digital technologies is represented by a growing body of literature examining the relationship between home-school technological practices. A focus of this work is on the notion of a "digital-disconnect" between home and school. This argument suggests that children are such native users of…
Descriptors: Young Children, Siblings, Family Environment, Educational Environment
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Knowles, Becca – School Science Review, 2014
An interdisciplinary approach to STEM has huge benefits in terms of engaging young people and increasing their awareness of the opportunities that STEM skills can provide. However, planning a whole-school approach to STEM education can be challenging. This article gives case studies of two recent projects in STEM education and introduces two…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, STEM Education, Program Development, Planning
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Katz, Phyllis – Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2011
There are many influences on a child's identity. Photobook technology purposefully prepared around science explorations presents a modern opportunity to repeatedly trigger memories that reinforce the "me, as scientist" viewpoint. Semi-structured interviews at 6 and 8 years of age were conducted with a child who was the subject of a photobook of…
Descriptors: Science Activities, Internet, Scientists, Science Instruction
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Yelas, Janet; Engles, Paul – Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 2010
This case study discusses a collaborative three year project involving two school clusters located in the North Island and South Island of New Zealand. The project was named "Project ACTIVate" and its main thrust was to study how the use of the interactive whiteboard (IWB) combined with teaching, learning and research across schools. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Educational Technology, Program Descriptions
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Reis, M. G. A. D.; Cabral, L.; Peres, E.; Bessa, M.; Valente, A.; Morais, R.; Soares, S.; Baptista, J.; Aires, A.; Escola, J. J.; Bulas-Cruz, J. A.; Reis, M. J. C. S. – Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, 2010
Technology has profoundly changed the way we learn and live. Indeed, such relationship appears to be quite complex, within IT contexts, and especially in socially and technologically rich learning environments, where related skills and learning are progressively required and fostered. Thus, if a satisfactory level of intellectual performance and…
Descriptors: Mental Retardation, Cerebral Palsy, Student Attitudes, Educational Technology
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Tay, Lee Yong; Lim, Cher Ping – Educational Media International, 2010
This paper examines how a game-like 3D Multi-User Virtual Environment (MUVE), Quest Atlantis (QA), is used in an after-school programme to engage a group of 14 academically at-risk primary students in their learning. It adopts an activity theoretical perspective to identify the disturbances and contradictions during the implementation of the…
Descriptors: Virtual Classrooms, Social Environment, Information Technology, At Risk Students