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Collaborative case studies of teaching and learning with 'interactive' technologies in the secondary classroom


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Created on 04 January 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 04 January 2008 by ncetm_administrator

The materials include analytic commentary and points for reflection and discussion – aiming to stimulate debate rather than present models of best practice. Common themes emerging across the four cases are highlighted, including a supportive environment for collaboration, active learning, adaptive teaching, revisiting, planning and managing technology. The T-MEDIA project was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC ref. no. R000230825), carried out by Sara Hennessy and Rosemary Deaney, and supported by the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education with a technical team from CARET (Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies, University of Cambridge).

How can I access the resource?

Click here to access the online version.

How do I get my own copy?

The resource is available on CD-ROM at cost price. Download the order form at: http://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/research/projects/istl/
Separate CD-ROM discs illustrating each subject case in more detail, and a 2-disc compilation pack, are also available via the above link.

Important technical information:

You will need to have Adobe Flash Player 9 on your machine to run the videos online or from the CD (free download from https://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer).

Supporting materials and documents (mentioned in the resource as being in the 'Downloadable Maths Resources' folder) can be found and downloaded here.

To access some of the content you may need to set your browser controls to allow pop-ups / blocked content.

Clips may take a few minutes to load if you are using the online version. The CD offers improved playback quality.


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