International perspectives on literacy learning with iPads
Gallagher, Tiffany, Fisher, Douglas, Lapp, Diane, Rowsell, Jennifer, Simpson, Alyson, McQuirter Scott, Ruth, Walsh, Maureen, Ciampa, Katia and Saudelli, Mary Gene. (2015). International perspectives on literacy learning with iPads. Journal of Education (print). 195(3), pp. 15 - 26.
|Authors||Gallagher, Tiffany, Fisher, Douglas, Lapp, Diane, Rowsell, Jennifer, Simpson, Alyson, McQuirter Scott, Ruth, Walsh, Maureen, Ciampa, Katia and Saudelli, Mary Gene|
This article profiles the use of the iPad (a tablet) in classroom literacy activities in three different instructional environments in different parts of the world: Toronto, Canada; San Diego, United States; and Sydney, Australia. This two-year, qualitative study included observational fieldwork filming students' interactions with tablets in the midst of literacy events. Students in each context used the iPads to make meaning, with the participating classroom teachers affording their students some degree of self-determination with respect to technology use. We describe these three instructional environments and illustrate how these diverse landscapes reflected a variety of ecologies or models that contributed inherently to the nature of learning on the iPads. We describe our findings that show how context and environment allow for different kinds of learning and that may elucidate the array of learning potential afforded with this device.
|Journal||Journal of Education (print)|
|Journal citation||195 (3), pp. 15 - 26|
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|Page range||15 - 26|
|Research Group||School of Education|
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