Enhancing Leaning in the Primary School Through Web 2.0

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Conference Proceeding
Research in Educational Technology: Development and Practice ICICTE 2013 Proceedings, 2013, pp. 385 - 394
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Web 2.0 tools are now common within K-6 schools, and there is an acknowledged need for more research to evaluate their effectiveness and their relationship to social-constructivist models of teaching and learning. A stronger research base is needed in order to inform teacher reflection on ways of deploying these tools and on their integration into teaching and learning frameworks. This paper contributes to this knowledge base through a detailed presentation of a research project undertaken in one Australian primary school with the aim of examining the effects of the use of two different Web 2.0 tools on the students learning
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