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Teaching with technology: A university student perspective and action process
Education technology solutions
  • Matthew McLean, Bond University
  • Shelley Kinash, Bond University
Date of this Version
8-23-2012
Document Type
Popular Press
Publication Details

Published Version.

McLean, M., & Kinash, S. (2012). Teaching with technology: A university student perspective and action process. Education technology solutions, 50, 56-58.

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Abstract

Extract:
In the contemporary teaching environment, technology plays an essential role. It has catalysed fundamental changes to the student-teacher relationship. By definition, we expect our teachers to be more experienced than their pupils, and to have greater expertise in what they teach than those they teach it to. But with iPad apps for children designed almost from the day they exit the womb, this generation of students has a head start when it comes to technology and, thereby, access to information.

Citation Information
Matthew McLean and Shelley Kinash. "Teaching with technology: A university student perspective and action process" Education technology solutions Iss. 50 (2012) p. 56 - 58
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shelley_kinash/82/