Final report to Becta concerning the use of video-stimulated reflective dialogue for professional development in ICT
British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA)
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This report concerns one of the Becta Research Grants 2008-9, intended for self-contained research in the area of technology for learning, and in support of the Harnessing Technology strategy. This project primarily addressed the strategy theme of Practitioner Workforce Development and Training. It particularly concerned how practitioners can become highly skilled in the use of technology to support learning and ways of sharing effective practice with their colleagues. The work drew on substantial existing research concerning the use of ICT for teaching and learning and concerning professional development strategies. It also built on the project team’s successful experience in researching the effect of technology on practice in schools and enabled the team to widen the base of researchers skilled in analysing ICT in education. The team focussed on the question: How can digital video be used in professional development to improve the use of ICT to supporting more dialogic teaching in mathematics and science?
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