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Using technology with gifted and talented

Posted on 07 May 2015 with 0 comments
21st century skills Digital literacy Pedagogy Teacher capacity

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The technology that teachers choose to use in their everyday practice is determined by a number of factors including students’ attitude and knowledge as well as adherence to standards related to technology and 21st century skills aimed at preparing learners adapt to changing social and economic environments. A recent study examines how six elementary teachers used technology in their classrooms to promote student learning of 21st century skills.


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Digital tools in teaching

Posted on 30 Apr 2015 with 0 comments
Mobile learning Pedagogy Teacher capacity

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Today’s learners have grown up with digital devices and their expectation is that these devices can be and should be used for learning in formal and informal settings. This implies that institutions must be agile in their application of technologies that support student engagement and learning. A UK paper describes a study that introduced staff to mobile technologies with the objective of monitoring their use to support teaching and learning in a small, interdisciplinary campus.


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