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Do what we do: a multimodal approach to planning and teaching

Wells, Muriel and Lyons, Damien 2006, Do what we do: a multimodal approach to planning and teaching, in ATEA 2006 : Making teaching public : reforms in teacher education : Proceedings of the 2006 ATEA Conference, The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Australian Teacher Education Association, Fremantle, W.A., pp. 416-429.

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Title Do what we do: a multimodal approach to planning and teaching
Author(s) Wells, Muriel
Lyons, Damien
Conference name Australian Teacher Education Association National Conference (2006 : Fremantle, Western Australia)
Conference location Fremantle, Western Australia
Conference dates 5 - 8 July 2006
Title of proceedings ATEA 2006 : Making teaching public : reforms in teacher education : Proceedings of the 2006 ATEA Conference, The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle
Editor(s) Gray, Jan
Publication date 2006
Conference series Australian Teacher Education Association Conference
Start page 416
End page 429
Publisher Australian Teacher Education Association
Place of publication Fremantle, W.A.
Summary Quality teaching and learning in teacher education can be enriched across campuses for both the academics and the student bodies when focus is given to the development of dynamic ICT rich learning experiences. This paper focuses on the learning journey of two academics and their preservice teacher education students located on two regional campuses, 200km apart, and how planning, communicating, implementing, presenting, evaluating, and reflecting took place within a framework of collegiality. The unit, entitled, ‘The Literacy Teacher, the Profession and the Community’ was a final year unit within the undergraduate Bachelor of Education program. Specifically this paper discusses how a multimodal teaching and learning environment using a range of new communication technologies enhanced the both the teaching and the learning experience for our pre-service teacher education students.
Notes This paper is available on page 316 of attached link.

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ISBN 0977568504
9780977568505
Language eng
Field of Research 139999 Education not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970113 Expanding Knowledge in Education
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
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