Handbook of research on literacy in technology at the K-12 level / Leo Tan Wee Hin, R. Subramaniam, [editors]. - Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2006. - electronic texts (xvii, 666 p. : ill.) : digital files. - IGI Global Research Collection .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Section 1. Perspectives on Technological Literacy -- 1. New Paradigm of Learning and Teaching in a Networked Environment: Implications for ICT -- 2. Technologies Challenging Literacy: Hypertext, Community Building, Reflection, and Critical Literacy -- 3. Technological Literacy, Perspectives, Standards, and Skills in the USA -- 4. Globalization, At-Risk Students, and the Reconceptualization of Technological Literacy -- 5. ICT in Schools: What is of Educational Value -- 6. Web-Based Technologies, Technology Literacy, and Learning -- 7. New Media Pathways: Navigating the Links between Home, School, and the Workplace -- 8. Responsible Technologies and Literacy: Ethical and Legal Issues -- 9. Internet Chatrooms: E-Space for Youth of the Risk Society -- 10. Re-Schooling and Information Communication Technology: A Case Study of Ireland -- 11. Transforming the K-12 Classroom with ICT: Recognizing and Engaging New Configurations of Student Learning -- 12. The Complexities of Measuring Technological Literacy -- 13. Systemic Innovations and the Role of Change-Technology: Issues of Sustainability and Generalizability -- Section 2. Teaching and Learning with Technology -- 14. Digital Video in the K-12 Classroom: A New Tool for Learning -- 15. Technology as a Classroom Tool: Learning with Laptop Computers -- 16. Tapping into Digital Literacy: Handheld Computers in the K-12 Classroom -- 17. Digital Literacy and the Use of Wireless Portable Computers, Planners, and Cell Phones for K-12 Education -- 18. Using WebQuests to Support the Development of Digital Literacy and Other Essential Skills at the K-12 Level -- 19. Let Them Blog: Using Weblogs to Advance Literacy in the K-12 Classroom -- 20. Information Problem-Solving Using the Internet -- 21. How to Teach Using Today's Technology: Matching the Teaching Strategy to E-Learning Approach -- 22. Integrating Computer Literacy into Mathematics Instruction -- 23. Teaching and Learning with Tablet PCs -- 24. Using Technology to Create Children's Books for Students by Students -- 25. Electronic Portfolios and Education: A Different Way to Assess Academic Success -- Section 3. Issues Related to Teacher Education and School-Based Matters -- 26. Teachers and Technology: Engaging Pedagogy and Practice -- 27. Literacy in K-12 Teacher Education: The Case Study of a Multimedia Resource -- 28. Demystifying Constructivism: The Role for the Teacher in New Technology Exploiting Learning Situations -- 29. K-12 Educators as Instructional Designers -- 30. Creating a Virtual Literacy Community between High School and University Students -- 31. Online Learning Communities: Enhancing Learning in the K-12 Setting -- 32. Knowledge Management, Communities of Practice, and the Role of Technology: Lessons Learned from the Past and Implications for the Future -- 33. The Emerging Use of E-Learning Environments in K-12 Education: Implications for School Decision Makers -- 34. A Socio-Technical Analysis of Factors Affecting the Integration of ICT in Primary and Secondary Education -- 35. Teaching English as a Second Language with Technology: Making Appropriate Pedagogical Choices -- About the Authors -- Index.

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"This book focuses on issues in literacy and technology at the K-12 level in a holistic manner so that the needs of teachers and researchers can be addressed through the use of state-of-the-art perspectives"--Provided by publisher.

Mode of access: World Wide Web.

9781591404965 (ebook) 1591404967 (ebook)

10.4018/978-1-59140-494-1 doi

Education--Data processing.
Computers and literacy.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Computer managed instruction.

LB1028.43 / .H36 2006