ICT in primary education: Analytical survey volume 1: Exploring the origins, settings and initiatives

Ivan KALAŠ, Haif E. BANNAYAN, Leslie CONERY, Ernesto LAVAL, Diana LAURILLARD, Cher Ping LIM, Sarietjie MUSGRAVE, Alexei SEMENOV, MÁRTA TURCSÁNYI-SZABÓ

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Abstract

The book “ICT in Primary Education” within the IITE Analytical Surveys series has been out of print. This is the first publication in the framework of the UNESCO IITE three-year project “ICTs in primary education”. It explores the origins, settings and initiatives of effective integration of up-to-date innovative technologies in primary school and accumulates the best practices of ICT incorporation gathered from the project sample primary schools across the globe. The analytical study was elaborated by a team of experts built by IITE from different institutions, networks and representing various regions of the world (Chile, Hong Kong, Hungary, Slovak Republic, South Africa, Russia, UAE and UK). The book contains a research literature review, a brief overview of the nine sample primary schools, an international review of ICTs in primary strategies, as well as the international collection of inspiring projects and initiatives. The publication is designed for teachers, educators, headmasters, school policy decision-makers, parents and everybody who cares about modern education for primary stage children. Copyright © 2012 UNESCO.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMoscow, Russian Federation
PublisherUNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education
Volume1
ISBN (Print)9785901642283
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Citation

Kalas, I., Bannayan, H. E., Conery, L., Laval, E., Laurillard, D., Lim, C. P., et al. (2012). ICT in primary education: Analytical survey volume 1: Exploring the origins, settings and initiatives. Moscow, Russian Federation: UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education.

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