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ImpaCT2 academic report: part 5 – conclusions and recommendations

British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA), corp creator. (2002) ImpaCT2 academic report: part 5 – conclusions and recommendations.

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The report reviewed research which explored; the relationship between ICT and standards of attainment (as measured through National Tests and GCSEs), how pupils are using ICT in school and at home and what might be gained from use in informal settings; and teachers' views of the use of ICT in schools during the period immediately following the introduction of networked systems and case studies of the effect of ICT on teaching and learning in various settings ImpaCT2 was a major longitudinal study (1999-2002) involving 60 schools in England, its aims were to: identify the impact of networked technologies on the school and out-of-school environment; determine whether or not this impact affected the educational attainment of pupils aged 8 - 16 years (at Key Stages 2, 3, and 4); and provide information that would assist in the formation of national, local and school policies on the deployment of ICT.

Item Type: Document from Web
Variant Title: Academic report: conclusions and recommendations
Publisher: British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA)
Uncontrolled Keywords: attainment, ICT use, outcomes of ict use, network technology, embedding ICT, interactions, ICT skills, technology acquisition, infrastructure, teaching
Depositing User: Batch Import
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2011 02:52
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2012 18:03
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