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Peers say that children should learn "digital literacy" alongside the 3Rs.

Subjects: *COMPUTER literacy; *CURRICULUM planning; *INTERNET service providers -- Government policyGREAT BritainGREAT Britain. Parliament. House of Lords ; GREAT Britain. Office for Standards in Education (England)

  • Source: Education Journal. 3/29/2017, Issue 300, p29-29. 1p.

  • Abstract: The article discusses the report released by the House of Lords Communications Committee in 2017 which tackles the importance of the inclusion of ...

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Can a reset of digital literacy standards improve nursing practice?

Subjects: *COMPUTER literacy; *NURSING -- Practice; *NURSING educationGREAT BritainNURSING & Midwifery Council (Great Britain)

  • Source: British Journal of Nursing. 7/12/2018, Vol. 27 Issue 13, p768-768. 1p.

  • Abstract: Duncan Hamilton, final year adult nursing student at the University of Surrey, reflects on the questions around technology proficiency for future nurses [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]Copyright of British Journal of Nursing is the property of Mark Allen Holdings Limited and its content may not be copied or emailed to ...

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Getting to the heart of social exclusion.

Subjects: Education; Information technology education; LiteracyGreat BritainLammy, David

  • Source: Training Journal. Jun2008, p13-14. 2p.

  • Abstract: The article reports on the launching of The Digital Literacy Curriculum (DLC) in Great ...

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Do Web 2.0 tools really open the door to learning? Practices, perceptions and profiles of 11-16-year-old students.

Subjects: *WEB 2.0; *LEARNING; *STUDENTSGREAT Britain

  • Source: Learning, Media & Technology. Jun2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p87-104. 18p. 2 Charts, 1 Graph.

  • Abstract: In this paper, we report on survey and focus group data relating to the activities and perceptions of learning with Web 2.0 technologies of students aged ... Copyright of Learning, Media & Technology is the property of Routledge and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted ...

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The UK ImpaCT2 Project.

Subjects: *INFORMATION technology; *EDUCATION; *LEARNINGGREAT Britain

  • Source: Education, Communication & Information. May2004, Vol. 4 Issue 2/3, p336-340. 5p.

  • Abstract: The article presents information on Great Britain's ImpaCT2 project. ImpaCT2 was a large-scale project carried out between 1999 and 2002, commissioned by ...

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Reboot ICT teaching.

Subjects: *INFORMATION & communication technologies; *COMPUTERS in education; *COMPUTER science educationGREAT Britain

  • Source: TES: Times Educational Supplement. 1/25/2013 ICT Guide, p24-26. 3p. 2 Color Photographs.

  • Abstract: The article presents information on the instruction of information and communications technology (ICT) in schools in Great Britain. The author looks ...

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Tablets in schools double in one year.

Subjects: *TABLET computers; *EDUCATIONAL technology; *COMPUTERS & childrenGREAT Britain

  • Source: TES: Times Educational Supplement. 6/14/2013, Issue 5048, p9-10. 2p. 1 Color Photograph, 1 Chart.

  • Abstract: The article discusses the increasing use of tablet computers in schools in Great Britain and the U.S., particularly commenting on ...

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No more spreadsheets: call for ICT to bite the dust.

Subjects: *INFORMATION & communication technologies; *CURRICULUM planning; *CURRICULUM changeGREAT BritainROYAL Society (Great Britain)...

  • Source: TES: Times Educational Supplement. 1/13/2012, Issue 4975, p12-13. 2p.

  • Abstract: The article explores plans by British Education Secretary Michael Gove to reform information and communications technology (ICT) curriculum. Particular focus is ...

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The impact of COVID-19 on families and the home learning environment.

Subjects: *HOME schooling; *EMERGENT literacy; *WELL-beingGREAT Britain

  • Source: Education Journal. 11/24/2020, Issue 433, p23-23. 1p.

  • Abstract: The article reports on the 2020 study of the National Literacy Trust on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on family wellbeing ...

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A Decline in Drawing Ability?

Subjects: *DRAWING ability; *DIGITIZATION; *DRAWINGGREAT Britain

  • Source: International Journal of Art & Design Education. May2020, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p319-332. 14p. 2 Charts.

  • Abstract: This research surveys changing attitudes to drawing pedagogy, in the context of digitisation, moves toward student‐centred learning in art & design higher ... Copyright of International Journal of Art & Design Education is the property of Wiley-Blackwell and its content may not be copied ...

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