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Vincent, John; Jones, Anthony – Australian Educational Computing, 2008
Effective integration of learning technologies into classrooms is a continuing issue, with many instances of new technologies making minimal impacts on classroom practice. Reports on the introduction of interactive whiteboards into UK schools over the past decade have revealed that their impact on both pedagogy and learning is at best neutral.…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Professional Development, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries
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Vincent, John – Australian Educational Computing, 2007
The interactive whiteboard is a relatively new technology in Australian classrooms, especially in early years settings. This article reports on a case study in which an interactive whiteboard was placed in a Prep (Year 0) classroom in a Melbourne primary school. The teacher was then observed by making both audio and video recordings to watch for…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Teaching Styles, Case Studies, Teacher Student Relationship
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Vincent, John; Rizzo, Jan – Australian Educational Computing, 2005
In this project, narrative was constructed by Grade 5 students using learning technologies (cameras, computers and multimedia software) through three-dimensional cartoon animations, or "claymation", and the creativity that emerged was at times startling. Narrative need not be interpreted narrowly and monomodally. It emerged that…
Descriptors: Creativity, Computer Assisted Instruction, Cartoons, Grade 5