Comparing what matters: Rethinking international indicators of information technology in education

  1. David Gibson, Curtin University, Australia
  2. Jill Downie, Curtin University, Australia
  3. Tania Broadley, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  4. Peter Wallet, UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, Antenna in Rwanda, Rwanda

Wednesday, March 8 11:30 AM-12:30 PM

Presider: Kamisha Kirby, North Carolina State University South Piedmont Community College

This roundtable will discuss the development of four aspects for new indicators that compare how information technology is being used in classrooms across the world: 1) evolving mission, methods and core principles of information and communication technology (ICT) in learning and teaching; 2) nature of ICT in education in accelerating the emergence of new learner-centered pedagogies; 3) types of learning activities associated with the use of ICT including those for leaders, teachers and students; and 4) usage and deployment patterns.

ID
50094
Type
Roundtable
Topics
International Education Research & Evaluation Teaching and Learning with Emerging Technologies
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