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Use of contemporary digital resources in the classroom

Synopsis and conclusions from case studies produced by 14 teacher researchers

John Wasteney

Year of posting: 2008


This project funded by Leicestershire Local Authority was a small scale research project involving 14 teachers from 4 primary and 2 secondary schools. The context was that teachers would investigate the effectiveness and impact of introducing a range of contemporary digital resources to help them address a particular teaching and learning focus.

Some interesting feedback from teachers particularly in relation to the use of the Geneevision visualiser and Talking Tins


visualiser, slate, animation, talking tin, visual learning, technology, digital, digital resource, impact, innovation

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