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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Research Objectives
Scope Of The Study
Research questions
Research Question One
Introduction:
Thinking differently about teaching spaces
What is the Ideal Classroom?
Tomorrow’s classroom
So what is really happening in classrooms?
Re-arranging the existing classroom
No “front” to the classroom
Sharing resource spaces
Easily-moved desks
Security needs to be managed
Shared software
Configurations evolve with use
Creating a Business Centre Model
Central “island” in the classroom
Creating new spaces from old configurations
Providing centralised, shared facilities
Creating a dedicated, flexible classroom space
Creating virtual classrooms and campuses
Schools linked to share classrooms and teachers
District networks creating on-line learning communities
Web hosting by an external provider
Classroom redesign for maximum flexibility
Using laptop computers
Virtual Learning System (VLS)
Flexible facilities in Science
Portable Hubs
Tools for Flexibility
Laptop carts
Interactive Whiteboard
Portable presentation system
Wireless technology offers new options
Changes in traditional library areas
Research Question Two
The impact of ICT on student learning
The Need For ICT Integration In Schools Recognised
Changes in student behaviour attributed to ICT
Curriculum Changes Need to be Planned
Reasons for Delay in Integration of ICT in Schools
The Use of ICT is Changing the Ways Schools Operate
Rethinking the timetable
Debunking myths about timetabling
Do all subjects need to be timetabled?
Breaking out of the timetable “straitjacket”
Growth of on-line learning
Web-Based Courses
Consortia of Schools
Powerful School Intranets
Rethinking what is being taught
Authentic contexts
Using Higher Order Thinking Skills
Revising course materials for on-line learning
Providing Structures for Learning with ICT
Promoting Powerful Learning
“Just in time” learning not “Just in case”
Providing real-life learning experiences
Teachers collaborating to share and develop expertise
Conclusion
The Future of Schools
Bibliography
Appendix 1
Supplementary website addresses
Appendix 2
About the Author
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