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Information and Communication Technology and the Teacher of the Future :  IFIP TC3/WG3.1 and WG3.3 Working Conference on ICT and the Teacher of the Future, January 27-31, 2003, Melbourne, Australia - Carolyn Dowling

Information and Communication Technology and the Teacher of the Future

IFIP TC3/WG3.1 and WG3.3 Working Conference on ICT and the Teacher of the Future, January 27-31, 2003, Melbourne, Australia

By: Carolyn Dowling (Editor), Kwok-Wing Lai (Editor)

Hardcover Published: September 2009
ISBN: 9781402076046
Number Of Pages: 312

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Melbourne 2003 Committees. Melbourne 2003 Sponsors. Preface; C. Dowling, Kwok-Wing Lai. Section 1: Setting the Scene - The Keynote Addresses. The Teaching Profession: A Networked Profession in New Networked Environments; B. Cornu. Designing Learning Experiences: Supporting Teachers in the Process of Technology Change; B. Harper. The Teacher - A Forgotten Stakeholder? D. Watson. Section 2: The Teacher of the Future as a Professional. ICT, National Policies, and their Impact on Schools and Teachers' Development; R.M. Bottino. Using an Educational Consensus to Reach Educational Technology Tipping Point; R. Carlsen. Path to the Future: Generative Evaluation for Simultaneous Renewal of ICT in Teacher Education and K-12 Schools; N. Davis, M. Kemis, N. Johnson. ICT and Future Teachers: Are We Preparing for E-learning? A. Jones. Developing a European Pioneer Teacher Community for School Innovation; V. Midoro, S. Bocconi, A. Martin, F. Pozzi, L. Sarti. A New Qualification and Certification for Specialist ICT Teachers; S. Schubert. In Service Teacher Development Using ICT: First Step in Lifelong Learning; J.A. Valente. Raising the Standards: ICT and the Teacher of the Future; I. Webb, T. Downes. Professional Development Needs of Teachers Managing Self-Guided Learning; W. Weber. Reports of Focus Group Discussions: Group A- The Teacher as a Professional: Fostering Professionalism; Chair: R. Morel. Rapporteur: P. Nicholson. Group B- The Professional Teacher: Contexts, Capabilities and Competencies; Chair: S. Schubert, Rapporteur: T. Downes. Section 3: Classroom Roles of the Teacher of the Future. Developing ICT Leadership Skills for Teachers of the Future; D. Chambers. The Effects of Attitudes, Pedagogical Practices and Teachers' Roles on the Incorporation of ICT into the School Curriculum; M. Cox. From Facilitator to Knowledge-Builder: A New Role for the Teacher of the Future; E. Hartnell-Young. Teacher Empowerment and Minimalist Design; Wing-Wah Ki, A. Ling-Sung Chung, Ho-Cheong Lam. Innovative Classroom Practices and the Teacher of the Future; N. Law. From Teacher Education to Professional Development for E-learning in an E-society; R. Morel, J.-C. Domenjoz, C. Lachat, C. Rossi. Technology Matters But Good Teachers Matter More; G. Romeo. Reports of Focus Group Discussions: Group C- The Role of the Teacher; Chair: M. Cox. Rapporteur: S. Kennewell. Group D- The Role of Teachers: Lifelong Learners in a Community of Practice; Chair: W. Weber. Rapporteur: T. Haaksma. Section 4: Teaching and Learning Environments of the Future. Mathematical Teaching and Learning Environment Mediated by ICT; G. Chiappini, B. Pedemonte, E. Robotti. Distant Actors on a Digital Campus, or Sharing and Crumbling Pedagogical Responsibility; H. Godinet. ICT and the Quality of Teaching: Some Hungarian Results of the OECD ICT Project; A. Kárpáti. Developing Research Models for ICT-Based Pedagogy; S. Kennewell. Technology Access: Resources Wasted in Computer Laboratories; K. Kiili. Teacher in the Mobile World; J. Multisilta, H. Keiho, H. Ketamo. Using Portable Computer Technologies to Support Learning Environments; P. Newhouse. E-Learning, ICT, and Learning Portals for Schools; F. Ruiz TarragÃ[3]. Slash 21: A New School and a New Way of Learning; H. van Dieten. Reports of Focus Group Discussions: Group E- Teaching Environments: Key Influences and Considerations; Chair: M. Kendall. Rapporteur: J. Wibe. Group F- Knowledge Building Communities: Creating New Learning and Teaching Environments; Chair: J. Multisiltas. Rapporteur: B. Cornu. Index of Contributors.

Melbourne 2003 Committeesp. ix
Melbourne 2003 Sponsorsp. x
Prefacep. xi
Setting the Scene-The Keynote Addresses
The Teaching Profession: A Networked Profession in New Networked Environmentsp. 3
Designing Learning Experiences: Supporting Teachers in the Process of Technology Changep. 15
The Teacher-A Forgotten Stakeholder?p. 29
The Teacher of the Future as a Professional
ICT, National Policies, and their Impact on Schools and Teachers' Developmentp. 41
Using an Educational Consensus to Reach Educational Technology Tipping Pointp. 49
Path to the Future: Generative Evaluation for Simultaneous Renewal of ICT in Teacher Education and K-12 Schoolsp. 53
ICT and Future Teachers: Are We Preparing for E-learning?p. 65
Developing a European Pioneer Teacher Community for School Innovationp. 71
A New Qualification and Certification for Specialist ICT Teachersp. 85
In Service Teacher Development Using ICT: First Step in Lifelong Learningp. 97
Raising the Standards: ICT and the Teacher of the Futurep. 109
Professional Development Needs of Teachers Managing Self-Guided Learningp. 115
Reports of Focus Group Discussions
The Teacher as a Professional: Fostering Professionalismp. 125
The Professional Teacher: Contexts, Capabilities and Competenciesp. 129
Classroom Roles of the Teacher of the Future
Developing ICT Leadership Skills for Teachers of the Futurep. 137
The Effects of Attitudes, Pedagogical Practices and Teachers' Roles on the Incorporation of ICT into the School Curriculump. 145
From Facilitator to Knowledge-Builder: A New Role for the Teacher of the Futurep. 159
Teacher Empowerment and Minimalist Designp. 165
Innovative Classroom Practices and the Teacher of the Futurep. 171
From Teacher Education to Professional Development for E-learning in an E-societyp. 183
Technology Matters But Good Teachers Matter Morep. 191
Reports of Focus Group Discussions
The Role of the Teacherp. 203
The Role of Teachers: Lifelong Learners in a Community of Practicep. 209
Teaching and Learning Environments of the Future
Mathematical Teaching and Learning Environment Mediated by ICTp. 217
Distant Actors on a Digital Campus, or Sharing and Crumbling Pedagogical Responsibilityp. 229
ICT and the Quality of Teaching: Some Hungarian Results of the OECD ICT Projectp. 235
Developing Research Models for ICT-Based Pedagogyp. 247
Technology Access: Resources Wasted in Computer Laboratoriesp. 251
Teacher in the Mobile Worldp. 257
Using Portable Computer Technologies to Support Learning Environmentsp. 267
E-Learning, ICT, and Learning Portals for Schoolsp. 279
Slash 21: A New School and a New Way of Learningp. 291
Reports of Focus Group Discussions
Teaching Environments: Key Influences and Considerationsp. 295
Knowledge Building Communities: Creating New Learning and Teaching Environmentsp. 301
Index of Contributorsp. 307
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ISBN: 9781402076046
ISBN-10: 1402076045
Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: September 2009
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.52
Weight (kg): 1.39

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