An Investigation of Exemplary ICT Integration: Enablers and Inhibitors of Best Practice in New South Wales Schools
|dc.contributor.author||Harrison, Colin Robert|
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Prof. John Williams||en_US|
This study sought to determine the principles and practices common to exemplary teachers effectively integrating ICT in the secondary science and mathematics classrooms. Based on educator self-assessment of ICT integration level, several inhibitors and enablers of effective ICT integration were identified, most significantly high personal self-efficacy. Future professional learning may target the establishment of collegiate support groups, activities which promote student autonomy and the provision of time to support exemplary practitioners.
|dc.title||An Investigation of Exemplary ICT Integration: Enablers and Inhibitors of Best Practice in New South Wales Schools||en_US|
|curtin.department||School of Education||en_US|
|curtin.department||Science and Mathematics Education Centre||en_US|