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Collaborating via ICTs : adapting tools of social groups for learning in schools
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Rose-Marie ThruppRose-Marie Thrupp
It is often assumed that use of ICTs beyond school can result in a positive transference to the school setting. However, use of ICTs beyond the school has specific characteristics and rewards of relevance to our students. The adaptation of those tools to the school setting require alternate thinking if students are to engage with them effectively. This paper explores some conditions necessary for this to occur.
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Parent TitleAustralian Computers in Education Conference.
Number of Pages11
Place of PublicationCairns, Qld
External Author AffiliationsConference; Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Education;