Adopting the sociocultural Activity Theoretical perspective, this ethnographic case study examined how distributed leadership supported one-to-one computing implementation in an elementary school under the FutureSchools@Singapore programme. Copyright © 2016 Sense Publishers.
|Title of host publication||Activity theory in education: Research and practice, Section II|
|Editors||Dilani S. P. GEDERA , P. John WILLIAMS|
|Place of Publication||Netherlands|
|ISBN (Print)||946300386X, 9789463003865, 9463003851, 9789463003858|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
CitationTay, L. Y., & Lim, C. P. (2016). An activity theoretical approach towards distributed leadership for one-to-one computing in a Singapore elementary school. In D. S. P. Gedera, & P. J. Williams (Eds.), Activity theory in education: Research and practice, Section II (pp. 87-104). Netherlands: SensePublishers.
- Activity theory
- Leadership practice
- Notebook computer
- Digital storytelling
- Technological pedagogical content knowledge