Interactive television: Educational use in the new millennium
Roberts, J. and Herrington, J. (2005) Interactive television: Educational use in the new millennium. In: ASCILITE 2005, 4 - 7 December 2005, Brisbane, QLD pp. 577-580.
Interactive television (ITV) has a great deal of potential for facilitating interactive, collaborative, constructivist, situated, and authentic learning. Many teachers, however, are not familiar with the features of ITV, or how it could impact on teaching and learning in Australia. Inherent in its adoption, there are a number of issues which need to be addressed, including the lack of research into current generation ITV, the lack of availability of pedagogically sound, research-driven guidelines for ITV use, and the existing attitudes towards ITV. This paper describes some of the theoretical and practical issues surrounding the use of ITV in the classrooms and concludes with a description of preliminary research.
|Publication Type:||Conference Paper|
|Copyright:||2005 The Authors|
|Notes:||Appears In: Balance, fidelity, mobility: Maintaining the momentum? Proceedings of the 22nd ASCILITE conference|
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