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Unpublished Paper
Connected Learning Schools Project: ACER evaluation report
  • Tim Friedman, ACER
  • Hamish Coates, ACER
Between 2006 and 2009, the New South Wales Partners in Learning Project was called Connected Learning Schools. This program began in June 2006 with 10 school teams and 120 teachers, in partnership with Department of Education and Training (DET) New South Wales and the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Connected Learning Schools investigated how children in years 5-9 can shape their education by changing the emphasis from what they learn to how they learn.
  • Connected Learning Schools,
  • Computer use,
  • Digital technology
Publication Date
Report prepared by ACER for Microsoft Corporation, Sydney NSW.
Citation Information
Tim Friedman and Hamish Coates. "Connected Learning Schools Project: ACER evaluation report" (2009)
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