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Disruptive Pedagogy - The integration of ICT across the curriculum

No wonder that the integration of ICT across the curriculum in NSW has been problematic. Most teachers can use computers. They use them at home. However, due to a variety of reasons, the majority of teachers do not use computers in the classroom. This paper reports on 1. A comprehensive literature review of the issues. 2. An action research pilot case study at two schools. 3. Some ideas for integrating ICT. 4. A reflection on a post-constructivist epistemology and learning theory that could be used to inform the the integration of ICT across the curriculum. Copies of paper and presentation available at http://ictclearinghouse.wikispaces.com
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