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Author Lee, Mal.
Title The use of instructional technology in schools : lessons to be learned / Mal Lee and Arthur Winzenried.
Imprint Camberwell, Vic. : ACER Press, 2009.

Author Lee, Mal.
Subject Educational technology -- Australia.
Teaching -- Australia -- Aids and devices.
Alt Name Winzenried, Arthur, 1949-
Description xi, 266 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-258) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Instructional technology : the nomenclature -- 3. The impact of the technology corporations and vested interests -- Pt. I. Discrete instructional technologies -- 4. Teaching boards -- 5. Film : the "first revolution" -- 6. Radio : the "second revolution" -- 7. Visual tools : the exceptions -- 8. Television : the "new saviour" -- 9. Video and audio recording : removing the barriers -- 10. Computers as discrete teaching tools : the "great revolution" -- Pt. II. Integrated instructional technologies -- 11. The technology of the home -- 12. The role of the school library -- 13. Networked teaching and the information superhighway -- 14. The digital toolkit -- 15. Interactive whiteboards -- 16. Digital take-off : the historical significance -- 17. Total teacher use : case studies -- 18. The life cycle of instructional technology -- 19. The lessons to be learned.
ISBN 9780864318886 (pbk.)
086431888X (pbk.)
OCLC # 290428198
Table of Contents
 Figures and tables 
 Foreword / Phillip Hughes 
Ch. 1Introduction1
Ch. 2Instructional technology - the nomenclature19
Ch. 3The impact of the technology corporations and vested interests25
Pt. IDiscrete instructional technologies35
Ch. 4Teaching boards37
Ch. 5Film - the 'first revolution'42
Ch. 6Radio - the 'second revolution'48
Ch. 7Visual tools - the exceptions53
Ch. 8Television - the 'new saviour'61
Ch. 9Video and audio recording - removing the barriers66
Ch. 10Computers as discrete teaching tools - the 'great revolution'74
Pt. IIIntegrated instructional technologies99
Ch. 11The technology of the home101
Ch. 12The role of tile school library113
Ch. 13Networked teaching and the information superhighway123
Ch. 14The digital toolkit151
Ch. 15Interactive whiteboards166
Ch. 16Digital take-off - the historical significance185
Ch. 17Total teacher use - case studies192
Ch. 18The life cycle of instructional technology209
Ch. 19The lessons to belearned215
 Appendix: The research methodology245

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