ICT: Implcations and Concerns for Teachers
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Recent reforms in Education Queensland have seen an increasing emphasis on the use of technology and the teaching of multiliteracies through multi-media resources in Queensland classrooms. The difficulties encountered by teachers in meeting these demands are becoming more evident as they are confronted with a plethora of commercially produced programs that make convincing claims about improved student learning outcomes. Furthermore, the role of teacher-educators in preparing technologically literate preservice students remains largely unexplored. Findings of two research projects highlighted critical things teachers should know about selecting and integrating technology in their teaching programs.
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