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Inspiration Case Studies

See below are links to Observations on Learning case studies on our archive site and projects that Inspiration supported. In addition to publication on the MirandaNet site these received further dissemination at a number of conferences: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) 2004, SITE 2005, SITE 2006, SITE 2007, SITE 2008, SITE 2009; World Conference for Computers in Education 2005, Stellenbosch, South Africa; Monterrey, Mexico, 2005. They have been cited in a number of other research publications.

Baramidze, M. (2008) Effects of ICT on Personalised Learning – TIPD Report – Westminster Academy School

Bevan, R. (2006) From black boxes to glass boxes – the application of computerised concept mapping in schools

Clark, W. (2006) Proposal: Mobility of Mind and the Migrating Text – Concept Mapping and Multimediality

Clark, W. (2007) Mapping the syllabus – Multimodal digital mapping tools

Finch, J. (2005) Vision Mapping in Practice – Using Inspiration to support learners and teachers

Finch, J. (2006) Inspiration(al) use of concept mapping on PDAs – A study of the impact of the introduction of PDAs, Inspiration 8 to a primary classroom

Preston, C. (2007) Mapping: What’s it all about?

Riley, N. (2006) Investigating the impact of ICT-based multimodal mapping in developing effective learning dialogues – Summary

Riley, N. (2007) Introducing ICT-based Multimodal mapping – Eight functions of multimodal mapping

Riley, N. (2007) Talking and thinking together – Concept Mapping techniques

Rojas-Drummond, S. (2006) Oracy, Literacy, Conceptual Maps and ICT as Mediators of the Social Construction of Knowledge Among Peers – Sylvia Rojas-Drummond and Aldo Anzures Tapia

Smith, M. (2007) A MirandaNet Fellow’s Approach – An Inspirational Diary

Oracle

Oracle funded and supported a significant number of projects and case studies. In addition to publication on the MirandaNet site these received further dissemination at conferences, and were cited in a number of other publications.

Fanning, J. (2004) Can the use of think.com transform classroom teaching? – Computer Mediated Communication in the Classroom

Garrett, F. (2003) Efacilitation and Online Communities – An investigation into whether access to, and use of an online community can alter or affect learning outcomes.

Garrett, F. (2003) Community Learning

Garrett, F. (2003) Changing Attitudes – Under-achievers and Think.com

Hanrahan, K. (2004) Modern Foreign Languages Elearning Project: – How can ICT be used to set meaningful and motivating homework in MFL? Investigating pupils’ response to an online language forum

Riley, N. (2005) Evaluating e-learning experiences of primary age students using online discussion forum.

Robinson, R. (2003) The impact of Think.com on the learning of gifted students in English

Turvey, K. (2003) Online communities within the Primary School Context – What affordances emerge from the use of online communities within the primary school context

Vale, P. (2004) Raising Standards in Literacy with Year 5 children using ICT – Looking at a variety of strategies in ICT that can impact positively on Literacy

Wells, A. (2006) Some uses of Think.com at Netherhall School

Promethean

The introduction of interactive whiteboards from 1999 onwards inspired many teachers to revise the ways in which they taught and expected students to learn. These Observations on Learning case studies and projects that Promethean funded. In addition to publication on the MirandaNet site these received further dissemination at a number of conferences: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) 2004, SITE 2005, SITE 2006, SITE 2007, SITE 2008, SITE 2009; World Conference for Computers in Education 2005, Stellenbosch, South Africa; Monterrey, Mexico, 2005. They have been cited in a number of other research publications.

Araiza, F. (2005) Global Citizenship Action Research Impact Project – Report from Elementary School Ing. Leopoldo Naranjo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Araiza, F. (2005) Global Citizenship

Barnard, G. (2005) APPS Grade 6 – Conservation Data Handling Research Project

Cuthell, J. (2003) Using Interactive Whiteboards to Transform Learning

Cuthell, J. (2003) Transforming Teaching and Learning

Cuthell, J. (2005) Learning Theory and e-pedagogy

Cuthell, J. (2005) It’s a vision thing: Interactive Whiteboards and visual learning – ACTIVboard Case Studies

Cuthell, J. (2007) Tools for Transformation: The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards in a range of contexts

Cuthell, J. (2009) Digital Tools for Visual Learning – Establishing evidence of the impact of interactive whiteboard use in teaching and learning

Fernandez, M. (2006) The Mediation Of Interactive White Boards In Education: – The Perspective Of Different Agents In Mexico

Garza, Y. (2005) The Development Of A Global Citizenship Education Using ITC In Classrooms – Action Research Project In Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Garza, Y. (2005) Global Citizenship Education

Gomez, J. (2005) ACTIVcitizenship

Gomez, J. (2005) Global Citizenship Impact

Ketley, J. (2005) Pupil perceptions of ACTIVboard use – ACTIVboards, perceptions, teacher use

Ketley, J. (2005) St Mary’s – Creating excitement about learning

Knowles, L. (2005) Dylan Thomas flip chart

Liuyan, L. (2006) Students’ reflections on the use of ACTIVboard in Writing Class – Shandong Agricultural University Foreign Language Class

Rossini, G. (2005) The Impact Of IWB’S In Teaching And Learning – A report from Auckland Park Preparatory School0

Thomas, D. (2005) Interactive White boards: Perspectives on their implementation and classroom use

Van der Loo, L. (2005) Implementing ACTIVboard technology in South African schools

Wang, W. (2006) Report on the IWB project in Beijing – Beijing Academy of Educational Sciences

Steljes

The introduction of interactive whiteboards from 1999 onwards inspired many teachers to revise the ways in which they taught and expected students to learn. The study by Anna Smith, funded by Steljes, was for a long time the only UK evaluation of classroom use of interactive whiteboards, and is cited in many later studies. That by John Cuthell was disseminated at the SITE Conference, Charleston, South Carolina and published in the conference proceedings.

Cuthell, J. (2009) Digital Tools for Visual Learning – Establishing evidence of the impact of interactive whiteboard use in teaching and learning

Smith, A. (2000) Interactive Whiteboard Evaluation