Login

Knezek, Gerald

International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education

Knezek, Gerald - International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education, ebook

482,40€

Ebook, PDF with Adobe DRM
ISBN: 9780387733159
DRM Restrictions

PrintingNot allowed
Copy to clipboardNot allowed

Table of contents

1. Education in the Information Society

1. Implications of the Information and Knowledge Society for Education
Ronald E. Anderson

2. New Literacies for the Knowledge Society
David Mioduser, Rafi Nachmias, Alona Forkosh-Baruch

3. Theoretical Perspectives Influencing the Use of Information Technology in Teaching and Learning
Chris Dede

4. Students in a Digital Age: Implications of ICT for Teaching and Learning
John Ainley, Laura Enger, Dara Searle

5. Traditional and Emerging IT Applications for Learning
J. Enrique Hinostroza, Christian Labbé, Leonardo López, Hans Iost

6. Driving Forces for ICT in Learning
Alfons Brummelhuis, Els Kuiper

2. IT and Curriculum Processes

7. IT and Curriculum Processes: Dilemmas and Challenges
Joke Voogt

8. Impact of IT on Science Education
Mary Webb

9. The Potential of IT to Foster Literacy Development in Kindergarten
Judy Scoter

10. Innovative Pedagogical Practices Using Technology: The Curriculum Perspective
Rafi Nachmias, David Mioduser, Alona Forkosh-Baruch

11. Changing Assessment Practices and the Role of IT
Ola Erstad

12. Information Technology Tools for Curriculum Development
Susan McKenney, Nienke Nieveen, Allard Strijker

3. IT and the Learning Process

13. ICT Supporting the Learning Process: The Premise, Reality, and Promise
Kwok-Wing Lai

14. Interactive Learning Environments: Review of an Old Construct with a New Critical Twist
Mark Brown

15. Online Learning Communities in K-12 Settings
Seng Chee Tan, Lay Hoon Seah, Jennifer Yeo, David Hung

16. Collaborative Learning and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environments
Maarit Arvaja, Päivi Häkkinen, Marja Kankaanranta

17. Computer Contexts for Supporting Metacognitive Learning
Xiaodong Lin, Florence R. Sullivan

18. Collaborative Inquiry and Knowledge Building in Networked Multimedia Environments
Carol K. K. Chan, Jan Aalst

4. IT Competencies and Attitudes

19. The Importance of Information Technology Attitudes and Competencies in Primary and Secondary Education
Gerald Knezek, Rhonda Christensen

20. Information, Communications, and Educational Technology Standards for Students, Teachers, and School Leaders
Lajeane G. Thomas, Donald G. Knezek

21. Self-Report Measures and Findings for Information Technology Attitudes and Competencies
Rhonda Christensen, Gerald Knezek

22. Observation Measures for Determining Attitudes and Competencies Toward Technology
Renate Schulz-Zander, Michael Pfeifer, Andreas Voss

23. Computer Attitudes and Competencies Among Primary and Secondary Schoolstudents
Martina Meelissen

24. Characteristics of Teacher Leaders for Information and Communication Technology
Margaret Riel, Henry Jay Becker

5. IT, Pedagogical Innovations, and Teacher Learning

25. Teacher Learning Beyond Knowledge for Pedagogical Innovations with ICT
Nancy Law

26. Benchmarks for Teacher Education Programs in the Pedagogical Use of ICT
Paul Kirschner, Theo Wubbels, Mieke Brekelmans

27. Factors Affecting Teachers’ Pedagogical Adoption of ICT
Bridget Somekh

28. Models and Practices in Teacher Education Programs for Teaching with and about IT
Anne McDougall

29. Multimedia Cases, Teacher Education and Teacher Learning
Ellen Berg, John Wallace, Erminia Pedretti

30. Communities of Practice for Continuing Professional Development in the Twenty-First Century
Chee-Kit Looi, Wei-Ying Lim, Wenli Chen

31. How May Teacher Learning Be Promoted for Educational Renewal with IT?
Niki Davis

6. IT in Schools

32. Leadership for IT in Schools
Sara Dexter

33. Framing IT Use to Enhance Educational Impact on a School-Wide Basis
Peter Twining

34. Quality Support for ICT in Schools
Neal Strudler, Doug Hearrington

35. Distributed Leadership and IT
Nigel Bennett

36. Total Cost of Ownership and Total Value of Ownership
Kathryn Moyle

37. The Logic and Logic Model of Technology Evaluation
Yong Zhao, Bo Yan, Jing Lei

7. IT and Distance Learning in K-12 Education

38. Distance Education in Schools: Perspectives and Realities
Roumen Nikolov, Iliana Nikolova

39. Pedagogical Principles, Problems, and Possibilities in Online Global Classrooms
Malcolm Beazley, Julie McLeod, Lin Lin

40. Virtual Schools: Redefining “A Place Called School”
M. D. Roblyer

41. Distance Learning – Enrichment: A Pacific Perspective
John H. Southworth, Curtis P. Ho, Shigeru Narita

42. Technology and Open Learning: The Potential of Open Education Resources for K-12 Education
Neil Butcher, Merridy Wilson-Strydom

43. Online Professional Development for Teachers
Márta Turcsányi-Szabó

8. IT and the Digital Divide

44. Issues and Challenges Related to Digital Equity
Paul Resta, Thérèse Laferrière

45. Gender and Information Technology
E. Dianne Looker

46. Meeting the Learning Needs of all Learners Through IT
Jutta Treviranus, Vera Roberts

47. Critical Success Factors in Moving Toward Digital Equity
Joyce Pittman, Robert T. McLaughlin, Bonnie Bracey-Sutton

48. The Relationship of Technology, Culture, and Demography
Loriene Roy, Hsin-liang Chen, Antony Cherian, Teanau Tuiono

49. Global Partnerships Enhancing Digital and Social Equity
Ian W. Gibson

9. Emerging Technologies for Education

50. An Instructional Model That Exploits Pervasive Computing
Cathleen Norris, Elliot Soloway

51. M-Learning in Africa: Doing the Unthinkable and Reaching the Unreachable
Tom H. Brown

52. Personal, Mobile, Connected: The Future of Learning
Mark Hooft

53. Use of Wireless Mobile Technology to Bridge the Learning Divide
Mohamed Ally

54. Information Technologies for Informal Learning in Museums and Out-of-School Settings
Sherry Hsi

55. Emerging Technologies for Collaborative, Mediated, Immersive Learning
Jody Clarke, Chris Dede, Ed Dieterle

56. Three-Dimensional Computer-Based Online Learning Environments
James G. Jones, Scott J. Warren

57. Trace Theory, Coordination Games, and Group Scribbles
Charles M. Patton, Deborah Tatar, Yannis Dimitriadis

58. One-to-One Educational Computing: Ten Lessons for Successful Implementation
Kyle Peck, Karl Sprenger

59. Making the Most of One-to-One Computing in Networked Classrooms
William R. Penuel

60. Graphing Calculators: Enhancing Math Learning for All Students
Jeremy Roschelle, Corrine Singleton

10. Researching IT in Education

61. Researching IT in Education
Margaret J. Cox

62. Research Methods: Their Design, Applicability and Reliability
Gail Marshall, Margaret J. Cox

63. Measuring the Impact of Information Technology on Students’ Learning
Rachel M. Pilkington

64. Large-Scale Studies and Quantitative Methods
Yuen-Kuang Cliff Liao, Yungwei Hao

65. Evaluation of the Design and Development of IT Tools in Education
Thomas C. Reeves

66. Methods for Large-Scale International Studies on ICT in Education
Willem Pelgrum, Tjeerd Plomp

11. International and Regional Programs and Policies

67. Evolution of IT and Related Educational Policies in International Organizations
Jef Moonen

68. Comparative Analysis of Policies for ICT in Education
Robert B. Kozma

69. ICT and Educational Policy in the European Region
Claudio Delrio, Claudio Dondi

70. ICT in Educational Policy in the North American Region
Susan Patrick

71. IT and Educational Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region
Yew-Jin Lee, David Hung, Horn-Mun Cheah

72. ICT and Educational Policy for the Latin American and Caribbean Regions
Patricia Ávila Muñoz

73. IT and Educational Policy in the Sub-Saharan African Region
Frank Tilya

74. IT and Educational Policy in North Africa and Middle East Region
Amr Ibrahim

75. Policy from a Global Perspective
Jef Moonen

DRM-restrictions

Printing: not available
Clipboard copying: not available

Keywords: EDUCATION / General EDU000000

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780387733159

Similar titles