Conference Papers: 2006

Title Type Strand
Laptops and Teacher Pedagogies: New Beginnings - Key Elements, Desirable X Factors Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Deploying tablet PC's: lesson learned in a mobile wireless implementation Paper - Refereed Innovation
Identifying indicators of open source software suitable for schools Paper - Refereed Infrastructure and Computer Networks
Podcasting in the classroom and across the hemispheres: a look at podcasting projects at St Hilda's School, Southport Poster - Presentation Innovation
Using Interactive Whiteboards with a Maths and English focus Presentation - Computer Workshop ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Strategic Partnerships in ICT a model of professional development shifting the focus of ICT as a vehicle for learning Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Introduction to the pragmatic teaching of database concepts Paper - Non-Refereed Computing Studies
Collaborative online experiences: can they inform classroom practices? Paper - Refereed E-learning
Girls and ICT: survey main findings Poster - Presentation E-learning
Connected learners: implications for teaching in a connected world Paper - Refereed E-learning
Integrating ICT and the studies of Asia for learners of the 21st century (AEF Sponsored speaker) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Are Learning/Content Management Systems able to support constructivist e-learning environments for students or is a different solution required? Poster - Presentation E-learning
React: real world communications Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
Technology together: Supporting whole-schools to become capable learning communities Paper - Refereed Leadership and Management
I Can U Can: Six strategies for building teachers Paper - Refereed Leadership and Management
Technology Together: a whole-school ICT professional development approach for Primary and Secondary Schools Poster - Presentation Leadership and Management
Revealing developmental thinking with graphic organisers Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Working with ICT Cross-culturally: students and teachers all learning Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
Web self efficacy and web site recognition: virtual capacities for our time Paper - Refereed E-learning
Engaging all students in creative curriculum (Microsoft Innovative Teachers Award Winner) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
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