InterActive Education: Teaching and Learning in the Information Age

RJ Sutherland, SL Robertson, P John

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This paper presents an overview of the InterActive Education Project and an introduction to this special issue. At the heart of the project is a unique partnership between university researchers, teacher educators and teachers, working together to find out how ICT can be most effectively used to enhance learning. Ten schools and colleges from Bristol and South Gloucestershire and over 50 teachers were partners in the research. The project has five strands which as we weave them together are making a complex picture of ICT in education. Each strand looks at ICT in relation to a specific aspect: teaching and learning, policy and management, subject cultures, professional development, learners’ out-of-school uses of ICT.
Translated title of the contributionInterActive Education: Teaching and Learning in the Information Age
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)410 - 412
Number of pages3
JournalJournal of Computer Assisted Learning
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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Publisher: Blackwell Publishing


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