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ICT Research database
Categorised ICT in education research collection
Research Reviews Archive
Collection of over 150 DERN Research Reviews
Occasional papers providing in-depth analysis of ICT research on priority areas and trends.
Surveys of secondary students in a low-SES Australian school about the delivery of STEM subjects reported issues with unattractive curriculum, absence of authentic and purposeful tasks, very low confidence, low engagement, and a desire to use technology. A Python language programming project was implemented to address these issues.
Remote proctoring allows students to take an assessment at a remote location while ensuring the integrity of the exam. These systems require students to confirm their identity, and, during the exam, the system monitors students through video, looking for behavior that could indicate cheating.
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An analysis of 22 papers about Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK) considers how this research addresses the key questions: What do teachers need to know in order to integrate technology effectively in the classroom and how can they best develop that knowledge? It concludes that greater focus should be given to how TPACK helps understand how to develop the capacity of teachers and pre-service teacher education students to use technology effectively in their teaching.
Australian Educational Technologies Trends (AETT) report
Over 100 leading Australian and international educators and experts concerned with Australian education contributed to this report on how Educational Technologies and the computing curriculum is currently being implemented in Australian schools, and the changes that may occur in the near future (5 years).
Students, computers and learning - making the connection
OECD report examines how students access to and use ICT
Mobile learning – why tablets? -- DERN's research brief looks at mobile learning and why tablets are so popular.
› 21st century skills (206)
› Assessment online (103)
› Blended learning (128)
› Collaboration (248)
› Digital literacy (239)
› Educational leadership (107)
› Engagement and performance (279)
› Evaluating ICT effects (98)
› ICT in education (475)
› Information (78)
› Information sources (107)
› Innovation (175)
› Interactive personal networking (99)
› Internet use (157)
› Learning communities (115)
› Learning environment (633)
› Learning systems (77)
› Mobile learning (218)
› Multimedia (65)
› Open scholarship (129)
› Pedagogy (441)
› Personalising learning (114)
› Social Media (176)
› Teacher capacity (144)
› Teacher education (96)
› Training (102)
› Trends (162)