Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: STTORMM: ICT in Trainee Classrooms (electronic whit
ICT in Trainee Classrooms (electronic whiteboards)
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Developing the London Grid for Learning portal for
Report from the University of Greenwich
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Embedding Effective ICT in ITT Partnership Provisio
Report from the University of Derby
IT for Education Research: using new technology: Teaching and Learning Research Briefing No. 16 (TLR
This briefing paper is number 16 in a series, which are available from the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) website (www.tlrp.org). It provides an account of the information technology infrastructure which supports the research community served by the TLRP. The paper discusses the rationale and benefits of three types of online tools; a Digital Repository for project publications and other resources, a collaborative Virtual Research Environment (VRE), and Dissemination Tools for t
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: One minute wonders - supporting trainees to create
Report by the University of Chichester
Learning styles Primary
Learning styles Primary I am a 3rd Year Primary Education student currently undertaking a research project looking at Learning Styles. I am however having difficulties finding articles and books which have studies and research which is specifically primary age range based, relating to how useful learning styles really are, and also if the use of them has an effect on attainment. I would be grateful if you could direct me to useful relevent literature to help me with this. Thank you.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Developing an m-learning community for ITT: Graduat
Report by the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Supporting the professional development of mentors
Report from the University of Chester
Report of the Teaching and Learning in 2020 Review Group
A major report on personalising teaching and learning was published on 4 January 2007. Launched by Ruth Kelly in March 2006, the Review Group was asked to present a strategic plan for the realisation by 2020 of its vision of personalised learning. The rather ingenious title, 2020 Vision, reflects the fact that children starting their schooling this year will have moved on to higher education, training or work by that year.
14-19 Education and Training: A Commentary by the Teaching and Learning Research Programme May 2006
This commentary is the product of a major Economic and Social Research Council funded project within the United Kingdom. It is the fourth in a series of TLRP commentaries and it aims to set out a vision for the future development of teaching and learning between now and 2020. The scope of the study encompasses issues across post-compulsory, school, HE, voluntary and work based contexts and as such provides material relevant to all 14-19 teachers, trainers and policy makers. The commentary draws
A systematic review of the impact of ICT on the learning of literacies associated with moving image
This systematic review (2004) using the EPPI protocol evaluated accounts of how the use of moving-image texts has an impact on associated literacies and considered emerging theoretical models to inform practice. The review was innovative in focusing on this area, but should be considered in the context of more recent studies. It is one of five reviews with ICT and literacy as their focus.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: The Open University
This is a TDA funded E-learning project report from the Open Universiity
Do summative assessment and testing have a positive or negative effect on post-16 learners’ motiva
In January 2003, the Learning and Skills Research Centre commissioned a review of research to investigate the effects of summative assessment and testing on learners’ motivation in the learning and skills sector. This comprehensive review of existing evidence – 105 books articles and research reports - was intended to establish the basis for a subsequent primary research programme to collect and evaluate the quality of this evidence.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Liverpool John Moores University
An E-learning report from Liverpool John Moores University
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: The Oxon-Bucks DRB website: Oxon-Bucks Partnership
An e-learning report from the Oxon-Bucks Partnership
Secondary Assessment - Assessment for Learning: Questions and Answers
This is a 15 minute Teachers TV programme on assessment for learning (AfL) strategies in a secondary school, showing strategies from maths and science classrooms, as well as teaching and learning staff meetings.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Professional Development through Videoconferencing:
An e-learning report from Durham University
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Northumbria University EBR
An E-learning report from Northumbria University EBR
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Liverpool Hope University
An E-learning report from Liverpool Hope University
Using Data to Support Learning in Schools
This review is linked to major themes considered at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) 2005 Research Conference, ‘Using data to support learning’. The review accommodates a range of perspectives on data which is intended to appeal to a range of readers.