International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education

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ISBN: 978-0-387-73314-2 (Print) 978-0-387-73315-9 (Online)

Table of contents (75 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xlii

  2. Education in the Information Society

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      Implications of the Information and Knowledge Society for Education

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      Pages 23-42

      New Literacies for the Knowledge Society

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      Pages 43-62

      Theoretical Perspectives Influencing the Use of Information Technology in Teaching and Learning

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      Pages 63-80

      Students in a Digital Age: Implications of ICT for Teaching and Learning

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      Pages 81-96

      Traditional and Emerging IT Applications for Learning

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      Pages 97-111

      Driving Forces for ICT in Learning

  3. IT and Curriculum Processes

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      Pages 113-116

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      Pages 117-132

      IT and Curriculum Processes: Dilemmas and Challenges

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      Pages 133-148

      Impact of IT on Science Education

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      Pages 149-161

      The Potential of IT to Foster Literacy Development in Kindergarten

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      Pages 163-179

      Innovative Pedagogical Practices Using Technology: The Curriculum Perspective

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      Pages 181-194

      Changing Assessment Practices and the Role of IT

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      Pages 195-210

      Information Technology Tools for Curriculum Development

  4. IT and the Learning Process

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      Pages 211-214

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      Pages 215-230

      ICT Supporting the Learning Process: The Premise, Reality, and Promise

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      Pages 231-248

      Interactive Learning Environments: Review of an Old Construct with a New Critical Twist

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      Pages 249-266

      Online Learning Communities in K-12 Settings

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      Pages 267-279

      Collaborative Learning and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environments

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      Pages 281-298

      Computer Contexts for Supporting Metacognitive Learning

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      Pages 299-316

      Collaborative Inquiry and Knowledge Building in Networked Multimedia Environments

  5. IT Competencies and Attitudes

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      Pages 317-320

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      Pages 321-331

      The Importance of Information Technology Attitudes and Competencies in Primary and Secondary Education

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      Pages 333-348

      Information, Communications, and Educational Technology Standards for Students, Teachers, and School Leaders

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