Networking Remote Rural Schools for Learning and Knowledge Building: Teachers’, School Learners’ and Schools’ trajectories

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État de publication: 
2006
Titre des actes: 
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference
Éditeur: 
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
Lieu: 
Chesapeake, États-Unis
Volume: 
2006
Intervalle de pages: 
3167-3171
ISBN: 
978-1-880094-58-7
Résumé: 
This presentation will report on ICT integration trajectories in innovative remote networked settings. The design experiment involves thirteen sites. Trajectories of teachers, school learners, and schools are here considered. Data were participants' interactions: university-school interaction, classroom interaction, and interaction in the virtual collaborative space using an electronic forum and a desktop videoconferencing system. Engeström's activity theory framework (1987) was applied to the data. Trajectories as regards ICT integration were identified.