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Title: A Case Study of How a Private School in Singapore Implements Technology in Teaching and Learning
Authors: Choy, Michael Seng Kim
Supervisors: Wood, Philip
Dimmock, Clive
Award date: 1-Jun-2012
Presented at: University of Leicester
Abstract: Singaporean Schools have been using Information Communication Technology (ICT) for more than two decades but little is known about the process of implementing ICT interventions especially in view of the range of ICT currently available and the pedagogical stress it places on teachers. By using a private school in Singapore as a case, this research study attempts to unpack the categories of ICT use from PowerPoint presentations to interactive learning activities so as to illustrate the interactional nature of pedagogy and technology in ICT-enabled lessons. The study recommends the use of two new terms ‘Technogogy’ and ‘Teachnology’ to better describe the ICT implementation process. The iTEaCH (ICT-Technogogy-and-Collegiality Holistic) Implementation Model comprising the dimensions of Technogogy, Teachnology and Collegiality and how they interact in the ICT implementation process is also proposed in the study.
Links: http://hdl.handle.net/2381/10834
Type: Thesis
Level: Doctoral
Qualification: EdD
Rights: Copyright © the author, 2012
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