In this edition of Advancing Education Ian Lynch explores learning through the use of digital technologies for real and professional purposes and usefully reminds us that, “Technology is a human construct drawn from science, arts and invention”.
In this edition of Advancing Education we begin with a fascinating piece from Micheál Ó Dúill on what he terms ‘Turing Teaching’ that presumes the computer rather than the book as the base medium for learning.
Welcome to the Summer 2012 issue of Advancing Education. This bumper issue with articles ranging across all phases demonstrates that development of ICT is alive and well with robust academic debate continuing.
Welcome to the Spring 2012 issue of Advancing Education, which now has a more academic slant than previously.
In this edition of Advancing Education Fiona Aubrey-Smith considers the evolution of Technology for Learning.
In these uncertain times it’s good to be able to reflect on the very positive impact that ICT has on learning and to note that a growing number of schools still understand the importance of ICT as the driver towards Third Millennium Learning.
The articles in this issue of Advancing Education provide a series of high quality snapshots of the quality of learning engendered by effective use of ICT from Early Years to 6th Form.
Welcome to the Spring 2010 issue of Advancing Education in which we bring you Naace’s draft guidance on Securing Innovation under BSF Managed Service Contracts, a critique of current approaches to research on the impact of ICT in education.