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Beyond pretence: new sensibilities for computing and communication technologies in teacher education

conference contribution
posted on 2004-01-01, 00:00 authored by Leonie Rowan, Christopher Bigum
Making particular reference to schools’ traditional relationships with CCTS (and the kinds of ‘pretend’ and ‘artificial’ learning/assessment tasks that this relationship has historically produced), this paper details a research and teaching agenda focused on exploring the potential of having students work on tasks with value to local and/or school communities. The paper maps the informing theories and current practices of schools
participating in the ‘knowledge producing schools’ (KPS) agenda. Particular attention is given to the ways in which KPS schools are better positioned to respond to the needs of diverse student/community populations, particularly those students traditionally perceived as ‘at risk’.

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Title of proceedings

ATEA 2004 : Making spaces : regenerating the profession : proceedings of the 2004 ATEA conference 2004

Event

Australian Teacher Education Association. Conference (32nd : 2004 : Bathurst, N.S.W.)

Pagination

287 - 294

Publisher

Australian Teacher Education Association

Location

Bathurst, NSW

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

Start date

2004-07-07

End date

2004-07-10

ISBN-13

9780975232415

ISBN-10

097523241X

Language

eng

Notes

This article is located on page 297 on the attached link.

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

Australian Teacher Education Association, July 2004

Editor/Contributor(s)

S McLeod

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