Paper - Non-Refereed

This paper examines the changes to pedagogy that took place at Richardson Primary School (ACT, Australia) associated with the introduction of interactive whiteboards.
Abstract Following the successful pilot of an exciting new project in e-Learning with Year 6 students at Eastwood Public School in NSW, a virtual classroom is gradually being introduced in schools throughout Australia.
This presentation will raise awareness of disability related issues that can be resolved or assisted through the application of ICTs. It will promote the statewide service delivery provided by the Special Education Resource Unit and SERU website. It aims to broaden the underestanding of attendees in a range of ICTs that meet specific learning needs of students.
Two Queensland Education Advisors show how Action Learning provides a methodology for successfully bridging the gap between what teachers learn about the use of ICT in professional development and changing the actual classroom practice of those teachers. A proven and practical model for planning professional development based on Action Learning will be shared. Success stories of teacher professional development in the use of multimedia and online tools will illustrate how to use this highly effective model to enhance and promote teacher's use of ICTs in the classroom.
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