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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 18 No 3 2001: Information and communications technology and chldren's learning

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 18 No 3 2001: Information and communications technology and chldren's learning

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Information and communications technology and children's learning.


 

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Editorial

Learning and the use of ICT in the classroom
Robert McCormick

The development of a computer-adaptive assessment in the early years
Peter Tymms

Using computers at home and in the primary school: where is the value added?
David Moseley, Nadine Mearns & Harrison Tse

A revised Computer Attitude Scale for Secondary Students
Nina Smalley, Martin Graff & Danny Saunders

Computer-based assessment in education
Chris Singleton

ICT and education: A range of models to suit teachers' notions of their praxis, or a case of one model fits all?
Alan Gleaves, John Grey & Caroline Walker

 

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