ICT in education in global context : the best practices in K-12 schools / Jinbao Zhang; Junfeng Yang; Maiga Chang; Tingwen Chang.
By: Zhang, Jingbao.
Contributor(s): Yang, Junfeng [editor.] | Chang, Maiga [editor.] | Chang, Tingwen [editor.].Material type: BookSeries: Lecture notes in educational technology. Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2016Description: x, 302 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789811003721.Subject(s): Educational technology | Effective teachingDDC classification: 371.33
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Preface.- Chapter 1: Towards a critical understanding to the best practices of ICT in K-12 education in global context.- Chapter 2: How teachers and students depict interactive whiteboards and tablet PCs in a 9th grade classroom?.- Chapter3: A qualitative case study of tablet use in a high school in turkey.- Chapter 4: Teaching and learning effectiveness enhancement project "TLEEP".- Chapter 5: Learning effectiveness enhancement project "LEEP".- Chapter 6: Teaching effectiveness enhancement project "TEEP".- Chapter 7: Are teachers ready for new digital learning spaces: case study of an online social networking site for secondary teachers in Trinidad and Tobago.- Chapter 8: Information communication technologies in education for developing countries.- Chapter 9: An Italian pilot experience in game making for learning.- Chapter 10: Frog virtual learning environment for Malaysian schools: exploring teachers' experience.- Chapter 11: Building a smart classroom - a case study of spreading inquiry-based nature science courses for elementary school in Taiwan.- Chapter 12: How to improve K12 teachers' ICT competence in Finland: the Joensuu region case.- Chapter 13: Using learning technologies to enhance numeracy competence in rural public schools.- Chapter 14: Synchronous remote classroom connecting K-12 schools in developed and undeveloped areas: A case study from China.- Chapter 15: Developing, sharing and using of micro-lectures in region: implications derived from a government-oriented micro-lecture project in Shanghai.