Teachers and Technoliteracy: Managing Literacy, Technology and Learning in Schools

Allen & Unwin, 2000 - 178 páginas
Teachers and Technoliteracy examines the use of technology in education. Drawing on detailed case studies, the authors show how schools in different settings can establish sustainable and appropriate technology infrastructure. They also show how to develop teaching practices which not only enhance technology skills but a range of literacy skills as well. Analysis of education technology policy reveals how a working understanding of policy is crucial to making the right technology decisions in schools." "Teachers and Technoliteracy is a valuable professional reference for school principals and for teachers working with technology. It is also an excellent student text for university courses on computers and education."--BOOK JACKET.

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Colin Lankshear was formerly Professor in Language and Literacy Education at Queensland University of Technology and is now a freelance writer, educational researcher and teacher residing in Mexico city. He is author of many books on literacy and technology including Changing Literacies (Open University Press 1997). Ilana Snyder lectures in the Graduate School of Education at Monash University and is author of Hypertext (Melbourne University Press 1997) and editor of Page to Screen (Allen + Unwin 1997) Bill Green is Professor of Education at the University of New England.

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