Teaching and Learning with Technologies in the Primary School

Author:   Marilyn Leask ,  Sarah Younie
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Edition:   3rd edition
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9781032528823


Pages:   346
Publication Date:   06 May 2024
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Marilyn Leask ,  Sarah Younie
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Edition:   3rd edition
Weight:   0.861kg
ISBN:  

9781032528823


ISBN 10:   1032528826
Pages:   346
Publication Date:   06 May 2024
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Foreword Introduction 1 - LEARNING IN THE DIGITAL AGE: DEVELOPING CRITICAL, CREATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE SKILLS 2 - TEACHING AND LEARNING FOR RESILIENCE IN A DIGITAL WORLD 3 - PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY 4 - SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND TECHNOLOGY 5 - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND ASSESSMENT 6 - DIGITAL DILEMMAS IN THE EARLY YEARS 7 - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND ART 8 - TECHNOLOGY AND DIALOGUE IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM 9 - DIGITAL STORYTELLING 10 - USING SHORT FILM TO DEVELOP CHILDREN’S MOVING IMAGE LITERACY 11 - USING TECHNOLOGY CREATIVELY IN ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS 12 - USING TECHNOLOGY IN PRIMARY SCIENCE 13 - USING MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TO RAISE STEM ATTAINMENT AND DEVELOP SCIENTIFIC THINKING 14 - MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING USING DIGITAL TOOLS 15 - ENHANCING PRIMARY MUSIC WITH TECHNOLOGY 16 - TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONAL THINKING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD 17 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL 18 - AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) - INNOVATIVE USES IN PRIMARY EDUCATION 19 - INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND OUTDOOR LEARNING 20 - VIDEO CONFERENCING AND AUTHENTIC LEARNING IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM 21 - VISUAL LITERACY, LEARNING AND CONCEPT MAPPING IN PRIMARY AGE CHILDREN - NEURO-POSITIVE STRATEGIES FOR BRAIN-BASED LEARNING 22 - GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP: EDUCATION IN AN INTERCONNECTED GLOBAL SPACE 23 - SCHOOL POLICY AND ONLINE SAFETY 24 - FAMILY LEARNING IN THE CONTEXT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION 25 - CASE STUDY: SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES FOR ICT/DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY USE IN SCHOOLS 26 - USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT APPENDIX 1: EMERGING TRENDS: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EDUCATION

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Sarah Younie is Professor in Education Innovation at De Montfort University, UK. Her primary research is in translational research in education, that is, the application of research in practice. Sarah is editor-in-chief of the Journal Technology, Pedagogy and Education. Marilyn Leask is Professor of Education at De Montfort University, UK, co-chair of the MESH Guides knowledge mobilisation initiative and has been a teacher, researcher, secondary school assistant head, local authority policy officer and university dean. She has had policy roles in two UK national agencies.

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