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What do our past experiences of using ICT for teaching and learning tell us?
Michael Hammond, with Sarah Younie, John Woollard, Vicky Cartwright and David Benzie
In April 2006 we submitted a proposal for a study into the experiences of teacher educators who have engaged with developing the use of ICT in school and teacher education. The aim was to give voice to the achievements and concerns of these teacher educators during the short history of ICT in school. In so doing we aimed to:
- draw attention to initiatives which have been more successful than others and highlight the factors leading to their success
- highlight particular difficulties associated with developing ICT
- report on the factors which have provoked and sustained engagement with the development of ICT
- examine the role of ITTE and other professional groups in supporting innovation with ICT
- compare and contrast the present with the past ‘landscape’ regarding the use of ICT
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