Knowledge Exchange Between Pupils and Teachers

  • David Morris


The previous chapter identified how reversing the teacher-to-pupil model of instruction influences relationships between pupils and teachers and provides a stimulus for change, not only in the ways they engage with technology but also how they interact with each other on a personal level. To develop and extend the narrative of pupil-teacher relationships in the context of negotiating and delivering training for their teachers, this chapter explores the themes of Learning Processes and Pedagogy and Approaches to Teacher Professional Development (TPD). These two themes concern the different ways in which pupils helped to steer and influence approaches towards their teachers’ professional development with ICT and the subsequent process of knowledge exchange between themselves and their teachers.


Knowledge exchange Information and Communication Technology Teacher professional development 


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  • David Morris
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  1. 1.LondonUK

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