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Home Access - Who Benefits? (Articles/Latest)
...S3 and PSP. Other handheld entertainment devices are expected to touch 1 billion.  In addition to the currently well-known players in this sector there will be new entrants adapting to an always- …
28 September, 2008
Mike Sharples - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
... past 30 years, been at the "doing" things, proving that ideas are one thing, execution is another.Mike is currently Professor of Learning Sciences and Director of the Learning Sciences Research Insti …
11 July, 2008
Identity, Ownership and Mobility (Articles/Latest)
...with our medical records, all of which seem a little tricky to get a look at, although we’re told they are currently a bit more transferable than those concerning your molars. If, like me, you run a b …
21 January, 2008
Back and Forward (Articles/Latest)
...identify solutions that would enable home access for more than 1 million young people in the UK who do not currently have access to the Internet, and therefore knowledge at their finger tips, at home. …
21 December, 2007
Handheld Learning 2007: And the Winner Is … (Articles/Latest)
...roup for Handheld Computing (SIGHC) for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). His current research focus is on ubiquitous computing and the use of mobile technology in K-12 …
20 November, 2007
Handheld Learning 2007 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...hall seemed just as interested in getting product feedback and suggestions as they were in making sales of current products.One of the things I enjoyed most about Handheld Learning 2007 was using Twi …
26 October, 2007
The Steering Committee Speaks (Articles/Latest)
...s event will provide decision makers with the knowledge they need to go back to their workplace and review current ICT and learning strategies to better reflect what young learners need.”Clare Riley, …
17 September, 2007
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...igned to stimulate pupil creativity and group work in studio-based GCSE d&t activities. This system is currently being piloted by OCR as part of their new Product design GCSE innovation challenge. …
17 March, 2007
Handhelds in Feltham - An Evaluation (Articles/Latest)
...ey (Year 6) 2005 and 2006 http://education.guardian.co.uk/elearning/story/0,,1985289,00.htmlNick Peacey is currently co-ordinator of the Special Educational Needs Joint Initiative for Training (SENJIT …
17 March, 2007
Handheld Learning and Individuated Achievement (Articles/Latest)
...ition and elitism (or is it competitiveness and chauvinist imperialism?) seems to rest at the heart of the current concern over ‘the problem with boys’ - problems that led Christina Hoff Sommers (2000 …
04 October, 2006
Ubiquitous Computing: More than Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...Group for Handheld Computing (SIGHC) for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). His current research focus is on ubiquitous computing and the use of mobile technology in K-12 ed …
28 April, 2006
Origami, An Educators Perspective (Articles/Latest)
...earning guru and key figure in Wolverhampton's Learning2Go initiative, the largest handheld computer pilot currently in Europe, takes a trip over to CeBIT to meet Microsoft's Origami first hand to see …
19 March, 2006
Handheld Public Services (Articles/Latest)
...o provide learning opportunities or support staff in making decisions in complex and pressured situations. Currently, however, there is little being done to make specific provision for decision suppor …
03 May, 2005
BIG CHANGE for $mall ¢hange (Articles/Latest)
...aving in amazingly wonderful ways using sublaptop technologies. Mainstream educators may well not perceive current classroom practices reaching a crisis situation – but it is a crisis, a crisis of rel …
03 May, 2005
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