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Implementing Web 2.0 in secondary schools: impacts, barriers and issues

Crook, Charles and Fisher, Tony and Graber, Rebecca and Harrison, Colin and Lewin, Cathy and Cummings, John and Logan, Kit and Luckin, Rose and Oliver, Martin and Sharples, Mike, British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA)
University of Nottingham
London Knowledge Lab (LKL)
Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), corp creators. (2008) Implementing Web 2.0 in secondary schools: impacts, barriers and issues.

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One of the reports from the Web 2.0 technologies for learning at KS3 and KS4 project. This report explored Impact of Web 2.0 technologies on learning and teaching and drew upon evidence from multiple sources: field studies of 27 schools across the country; guided surveys of 2,600 school students; 100 interviews and 206 online surveys conducted with managers, teachers and technical staff in these schools; online surveys of the views of 96 parents; interviews held with 18 individual innovators in the field of Web 2.0 in education; and interviews with nine regional managers responsible for implementation of ICT at national level.

Item Type: Document from Web
Variant Title: Analysis of benefits and issues of implementing Web 2.0 in secondary schools including 12 case studies
Publisher: British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA)
Uncontrolled Keywords: web 2.0, social networking, home/school boundary, attitudes, access, online safety, personal use- teacher, personal use-pupils, teacher confidence, social bookmarking, role of teachers, collaboration, modes of enquiry
Depositing User: Batch Import
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2011 02:52
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2012 18:01
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