Multiple Factors that support transition to ICT-rich learning environments: The Intel® Teach Essentials Course and changing teacher practice in India, Turkey, and Chile
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Light, D. (2010). Multiple Factors that support transition to ICT-rich learning environments: The Intel® Teach Essentials Course and changing teacher practice in India, Turkey, and Chile. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (pp. 560-569). AACE.
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Research in wealthy countries has explored the factors that support successful integration of ICT into classrooms, but little is known about the process in developing countries. Drawing on successful schools from the Intel Teach Essentials Course in Turkey, India and Chile, the study uses instrumental case studies to examine the important factors in a developing country context that facilitate teachers’ ability to integrate ICT and innovative teaching strategies into the classroom. Seven commonly cited factors were explored: pedagogical objectives and goals; leadership; professional development and ongoing support; experimentation, adaptation, and critical reflection; time; infrastructure; and financing and sustainability.
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