This volume considers the ways in which IT promotes learning and examines how research can perform a useful function by encouraging reflection on the part of teachers and the development and sharing of good practice. Examples of current research are included.
Encouraging exploratory talk around computers; making groups work; picture information literacy; using the computer at home; the place of learning; new writers, new audiences, new responses; the value of passive software in young children's collaborative work; children in control; new ways of telling - multimedia authoring in the classroom; educational multimedia - where's the interaction?; explorations in visual history.
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