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Developing a networked school community : a guide to realising the vision, edited by Mal Lee and Glenn Finger

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Developing a networked school community : a guide to realising the vision
Title
Developing a networked school community
Title remainder
a guide to realising the vision
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mal Lee and Glenn Finger
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Lee, Mal
  • Finger, Glenn
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  • Educational technology
  • Computer-assisted instruction
  • Internet in education
  • Information technology
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Developing a networked school community : a guide to realising the vision, edited by Mal Lee and Glenn Finger
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-350) and index
Contents
Chapter 1. The challenge: Developing a networked mode of schooling -- The context the evolution of the networked mode of schooling -- The evolution and changing phases of schooling -- The way ahead -- A home-school nexus -- Developing networked school communities organisation of the book -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2. The networked school communities today -- The move to networked school communities -- The evolution of school networks -- A networked school community the concept -- The networked organisation -- State of play -- Relationships and culture -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3. Schools and the digital technology: An overview -- Mapping the technological developments in schools -- The proactive-reactive digital divide -- Schools and digital technology today -- Bureaucratic and hierarchical control -- Administration and communication -- Impact of the technology corporations -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4. Homes and the digital technology: A home-school difference or digital divide? -- Digital technologies in the home -- The home-school difference -- Home Internet access -- Points of clarification -- Differences or divides? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5. The learning in the home: Importance and implications -- The significance of learning in the home -- Learning in the home and digital technologies the research -- Home as an authentic environment for digital learning -- Student use of digital technologies at home -- A new model creating the home school nexus -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6. The rationale -- Developing the rationale for networked school communities -- Accommodating the megatrends -- Benefits -- The current reality -- Pitfalls -- Conclusion -- Chapter 7. Financing the networked school community: Building upon the home investment -- Investment challenges -- School funding -- Traditional funding allocation -- The changing balance -- Band-Aid solutions -- The educational resources of the home -- A public private solution -- The possibilities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8. Networked school communities: Possible nature, organisation and leadership -- Formulating the networked school communities options -- Possible options -- Structural change -- The nature of the leadership -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9. Developing an information paradigm approach to build and support the home school nexus -- A paradigm shift -- The 'connected generation' -- Digital information behaviour of young people -- Information technology access versus developing digital citizens -- Introducing the concept of an iCentre in schools -- Pedagogical fusion strengthening the home school nexus -- Shifting towards an information paradigm: Where to begin? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10. Collaboration in the development of twenty-first century learning: Reality or dream? -- Connecting and collaborating the stories of three schools -- Introducing the three schools -- Using technology in twenty-first century classrooms -- Networked, collaborative learning communities across home and school -- Achieving a networked, collaborative learning community -- Conclusion -- Chapter 11. Parent perspectives on the digital home school nexus -- The current state of the home school nexus -- What parents expect from schools -- Towards a digitally networked home school nexus -- What is to be done? -- Once upon a future -- Chapter 12. UK Home Access program: A case study -- A pathfinder case study to show the way -- Context -- Research -- Objectives -- Nature of the program -- Home access specifications -- The issues for schools and homes -- Conclusion -- Chapter 13. Teaching and learning opportunities: Possibilities and practical ideas -- The changing nature of digital technologies for teaching and learning -- Emerging technologies the opportunities -- Redefining the scope of ubiquitous learning opportunities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 14. Teacher readiness: TPACK capabilities and redesigning working conditions -- Teacher readiness networked school communities and expectations of teachers -- Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) capabilities -- Teacher readiness and redesigning working conditions -- Teacher readiness key messages -- Redesigning working conditions twenty-first century learning spaces and digital ecosystems -- Some pathfinder examples and possibilities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 15. Middle school students and digital technology use: Implications from research -- Context and challenges -- Tensions between young people's digital technology use and teacher confidence -- Home school nexus understanding the 'middle school turn-off' -- Research study: The middle school experience -- Conclusion -- Chapter 16. Student Internet usage in a networked school community: The challenge -- Networked school communities and student Internet usage -- Home Internet usage -- School Internet usage -- The human hurdles -- The technical hurdles -- The hurdles and developing the way forward -- Conclusion -- Chapter 17. Student assessment and digital futures: How shall we know them? -- Introduction -- Assessment opportunities networked learning spaces (NLS) -- The characteristics of networked learning spaces (NLS) -- Assessment opportunities essential digital learning (EDL) -- Conclusion towards a new vision for assessment -- Chapter 18. Student health and welfare in networked school communities -- Aligning student health and welfare issues with the home school nexus -- Student health and welfare and digital technologies -- Understanding users in a networked world -- Social, legal and ethical issues -- Implications for home -- Conclusion -- Chapter 19. Implementing the shift -- The shift to networked school communities -- Implementing the shift twelve key guiding principles -- Implementation guidance -- Conclusion -- Chapter 20. Conclusion: The journey continues -- The next phase of the journey becoming a networked school community
Control code
ocn505421199
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxi, 355 p.
Isbn
9780864319814
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)505421199
Label
Developing a networked school community : a guide to realising the vision, edited by Mal Lee and Glenn Finger
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-350) and index
Contents
Chapter 1. The challenge: Developing a networked mode of schooling -- The context the evolution of the networked mode of schooling -- The evolution and changing phases of schooling -- The way ahead -- A home-school nexus -- Developing networked school communities organisation of the book -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2. The networked school communities today -- The move to networked school communities -- The evolution of school networks -- A networked school community the concept -- The networked organisation -- State of play -- Relationships and culture -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3. Schools and the digital technology: An overview -- Mapping the technological developments in schools -- The proactive-reactive digital divide -- Schools and digital technology today -- Bureaucratic and hierarchical control -- Administration and communication -- Impact of the technology corporations -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4. Homes and the digital technology: A home-school difference or digital divide? -- Digital technologies in the home -- The home-school difference -- Home Internet access -- Points of clarification -- Differences or divides? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5. The learning in the home: Importance and implications -- The significance of learning in the home -- Learning in the home and digital technologies the research -- Home as an authentic environment for digital learning -- Student use of digital technologies at home -- A new model creating the home school nexus -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6. The rationale -- Developing the rationale for networked school communities -- Accommodating the megatrends -- Benefits -- The current reality -- Pitfalls -- Conclusion -- Chapter 7. Financing the networked school community: Building upon the home investment -- Investment challenges -- School funding -- Traditional funding allocation -- The changing balance -- Band-Aid solutions -- The educational resources of the home -- A public private solution -- The possibilities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8. Networked school communities: Possible nature, organisation and leadership -- Formulating the networked school communities options -- Possible options -- Structural change -- The nature of the leadership -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9. Developing an information paradigm approach to build and support the home school nexus -- A paradigm shift -- The 'connected generation' -- Digital information behaviour of young people -- Information technology access versus developing digital citizens -- Introducing the concept of an iCentre in schools -- Pedagogical fusion strengthening the home school nexus -- Shifting towards an information paradigm: Where to begin? -- Conclusion -- Chapter 10. Collaboration in the development of twenty-first century learning: Reality or dream? -- Connecting and collaborating the stories of three schools -- Introducing the three schools -- Using technology in twenty-first century classrooms -- Networked, collaborative learning communities across home and school -- Achieving a networked, collaborative learning community -- Conclusion -- Chapter 11. Parent perspectives on the digital home school nexus -- The current state of the home school nexus -- What parents expect from schools -- Towards a digitally networked home school nexus -- What is to be done? -- Once upon a future -- Chapter 12. UK Home Access program: A case study -- A pathfinder case study to show the way -- Context -- Research -- Objectives -- Nature of the program -- Home access specifications -- The issues for schools and homes -- Conclusion -- Chapter 13. Teaching and learning opportunities: Possibilities and practical ideas -- The changing nature of digital technologies for teaching and learning -- Emerging technologies the opportunities -- Redefining the scope of ubiquitous learning opportunities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 14. Teacher readiness: TPACK capabilities and redesigning working conditions -- Teacher readiness networked school communities and expectations of teachers -- Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) capabilities -- Teacher readiness and redesigning working conditions -- Teacher readiness key messages -- Redesigning working conditions twenty-first century learning spaces and digital ecosystems -- Some pathfinder examples and possibilities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 15. Middle school students and digital technology use: Implications from research -- Context and challenges -- Tensions between young people's digital technology use and teacher confidence -- Home school nexus understanding the 'middle school turn-off' -- Research study: The middle school experience -- Conclusion -- Chapter 16. Student Internet usage in a networked school community: The challenge -- Networked school communities and student Internet usage -- Home Internet usage -- School Internet usage -- The human hurdles -- The technical hurdles -- The hurdles and developing the way forward -- Conclusion -- Chapter 17. Student assessment and digital futures: How shall we know them? -- Introduction -- Assessment opportunities networked learning spaces (NLS) -- The characteristics of networked learning spaces (NLS) -- Assessment opportunities essential digital learning (EDL) -- Conclusion towards a new vision for assessment -- Chapter 18. Student health and welfare in networked school communities -- Aligning student health and welfare issues with the home school nexus -- Student health and welfare and digital technologies -- Understanding users in a networked world -- Social, legal and ethical issues -- Implications for home -- Conclusion -- Chapter 19. Implementing the shift -- The shift to networked school communities -- Implementing the shift twelve key guiding principles -- Implementation guidance -- Conclusion -- Chapter 20. Conclusion: The journey continues -- The next phase of the journey becoming a networked school community
Control code
ocn505421199
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxi, 355 p.
Isbn
9780864319814
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)505421199

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