Professional Learning during a One-to-One Laptop Innovation

From Section:
ICT & Teaching
Published:
Jul. 01, 2012

Source: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 20(3), 331-355. 2012

The authors draw illustrative findings from a study of high school English teachers during the implementation of an ubiquitous mobile learning innovation.

The authors use multiple profiles generated from the Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) to exemplify how they identified and supported teachers’ diminishing and increasing operational and pedagogical issues through an iterative co-generated action-planning programme.

The authors discuss the practical implications for teachers in moving towards student-centred learning and the limited utility of one-size-fits-all technical training.


Updated: Nov. 15, 2019
Keywords:
Computers | Educational technology | English | High schools | Secondary school teachers | Teaching methods