Jewitt, Carey and Clark, Wilma and Hadjithoma-Garstka, Christina and Clark, wilma
The use of learning platforms to organise learning in English primary and secondary schools.
learning media and technology, 36 (4).
||This paper reports on the use and potentials of Learning Platform (LP) technologies for organizing learning in English primary and secondary schools. It is based on a qualitative research using 12 case studies of ‘early adopting’ English primary and secondary schools involving school visits, classroom observation, interviews with senior managers, teachers, parents and students. It highlights the potential of LPs to enhance student access to a broad range of learning resources, to increase opportunities for independent and personalised learning, to support opportunities for collaborative learning and to improve student processes of reflecting on and assessing their learning. It is significant for concludes by drawing out some of the pedagogic implications from these findings and a brief summary of the emerging conditions associated with the effective use of LPs to support and organize learning. This is a preprint of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in Learning, Media and Technology © 2011 copyright Taylor & Francis; Learning, Media and Technology is available online at: www.tandfonline.com.
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