Communication technologies and education: Lessons in the potential of innovation

  • Norman N
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The evaluation of initiatives in using new forms of technology to enhance teaching and learning will raise awareness of the need for a structured and principled approach to the introduction of innovative methods. This paper addresses the pedagogical potential of communication technology for curricular development in schools, initial teacher education and continuing professional development. It establishes principles of practice based on activities undertaken within a national project involving schools and higher?education institutions.

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Norman, N. (1997). Communication technologies and education: Lessons in the potential of innovation. ALT-J, 5(3), 43–53. https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v5i3.10570

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