Paper - Non-Refereed

Have you heard the term Web 2.0 but not quite sure what it means for you or your classroom? You
Digital media provides an inventory of powerful learning tools for technology, science and mathematics education in the primary school. Opportunities are provided for recording, designing, creating, experimenting, calculating and expressing using information and communication technology (ICT) to enhance learning. This paper describes how digital media is being used with the
To help learners better understand learning content and promote inquiry learning, this research proposes a seamless design of answer-on-demand functionalities for asynchronous eLearning to ensure learners feel free to ask questions and get timely answers. With this design learners can ask handwritten, spoken, or typewritten questions and get timely answers through a Q&A design based on the Pareto Principle. After brief experimentation it was shown that students accustomed to an AOD system feel at home and at ease asking their questions by speaking and writing them.
Are you looking for some new ideas for your Early Years mathematics classroom? Young children are born into a world filled with technology, so why should their classrooms be any different? In this workshop you will have the opportunity to explore a range of mathematical websites that have been tested in the classroom and given the thumbs up by young learners.
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