Naace - advancing education through ICT
Naace
Archived Site Welcome
 

Naace is a Registered Charity No. 1060683.
Spacer Graphic Spacer Graphic
Bursary Research Paper - Jane Finch

The original intention for this research was to examine the question: Has the adoption of the QCA scheme of work for ICT had an effect on standards in ICT Capability?

As involvement with the project progressed it became clear that there was such a dramatic wind of change blowing through this particular institution that it was impossible to isolate one particular element.  Thus, in the spirit of dynamic involvement that underpins action research, the focus changed to looking at the process of curriculum development in ICT and its effect on the actors involved.

The intention of this report is to outline the various influences on this process and to relate these to the effect on the development of ICT Capability of a targeted group of pupils.


Attachments

Full copy of research findings


Author: Jane Finch

 

More...
The Bill Tagg Bursary
This Naace bursary was set up in memory of the first Professional Officer of Naace, Bill Tagg. Bill had an abiding passion for the use of ICT and its impact on teaching and...
Bursary Research Paper - Reg Eyre
Planning for and Implementing ICT in the Primary School - A study of the organisation, implementation, planning and evaluation of ICT in primary classrooms for subject teaching
2004/05 Bill Tagg Award Winners
The 2004/5 Award Winners were: Hendrik Ball John Wasteney Martin Torjussen Mark Hickson
2003/04 Bill Tagg Award Winners
The 2003/04 Award Winners were: Reg Eyre David Baugh Steve Cayley
2005/6 Bill Tagg Award Winners
The 2005/6 Award Winners are: Heather Truelove Shelagh McKenzie Bridget Patel Heather Truelove

 

Spacer Graphic
Contact Us  |  Disclaimer  |  Privacy Statement