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Learning and teaching with educational technologies.

Abstract : This chapter considers what we have learned about learning and teaching with educational technologies over the past several decades. While there are compelling data and arguments on the positive effects of these tools, there are also well-documented difficulties with implementing such innovations. The social contexts of the uses of technology are crucial to understanding how technology may influence teaching and learning. The classroom influences, in particular the teacher, are seminal. Much more attention needs to be focused on the teacher in research and practice on educational technologies. I provide the metaphor of an on-line "School Depot," which could serve national needs in support of teaching and learning with educational technologies.
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Roy D. Pea. Learning and teaching with educational technologies.. H.J. Walberg & G. D. Haertel. Educational psychology: Effective practices and policies, Berkeley, CA: McCutchan Publishers, pp.274-296, 1997. ⟨hal-00190602⟩



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