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Understanding the Impact of Technology: Learner and School Level Factors

Underwood, Jean; Baguley, Thomas; Banyard, Philip; Dillon, Gayle; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Hayes, Mary; Le Geyt, Gabrielle; Murphy, Jamie and Selwood, Ian (2010). Understanding the Impact of Technology: Learner and School Level Factors. BECTA.

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Abstract

The first part of this report focuses on the factors impacting on learner performance in national tests at primary and secondary level. This was the central research question of this research.

The second section focuses on teacher and learner perceptions of their own responses to learning and the learning environment. This was centred on, but not confined to, their school.

The institutional structures record the level of development of the schools sampled here and investigate the use of two key technologies – interactive whiteboards and learning platforms

Item Type: Other
Copyright Holders: 2010 BECTA
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Academic Unit/Department: Education and Language Studies
Item ID: 34529
Depositing User: Lee Farrington-Flint
Date Deposited: 11 Oct 2012 09:04
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2016 18:00
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/34529
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