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Collaborative Learning in Education
Transcript of Collaborative Learning in Education
a north/south inter-schools programme, that engaged pupils in collaborative curricular projects.
Children are surrounded by technology.
Research indicates that ICT can positively affect academic performance.
The DES (2008, p.138) affirms “Teachers should exploit the potential of ICT to develop a range of students’ skills including … collaborative skills.”
Focus groups with children and parents
Samples of pupils work on wikis and forums
Logged observations during research
Interviewed other teachers involved
“How does ICT and particularly the Dissolving Boundaries programme facilitate collaborative learning in 5th and 6th class pupils in a rural primary school?”
Collected data in 3 schools.
Teachers’, parents’ and pupils’ perceptions and experiences of ICT in education
Most effective tool for achieving collaboration in the classroom
The barriers’ teachers’ encounter when introducing ICT into the classroom
How Dissolving Boundaries and collaborative learning benefit pupils
How gender affect students levels of collaboration
What are teachers’, parents’ and pupils’ perceptions and experiences of ICT in education?
What is the most effective tool for achieving collaboration in the classroom?
What are the barriers’ teachers’ encounter when introducing ICT into the classroom?
How does Dissolving Boundaries and collaborative learning benefit pupils?
How does gender affect students levels of collaboration?