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CINZS 2013, Vol 25, No. 1-3.

Kia ora, welcome to Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching,Technology, 25(1-3).

Editorial

Special Issue: iPads

  • Bronwen Cowie and John Williams, University of Waikato

Articles - Peer reviewed

Early childhood education teachers’ iPad-supported practices in young children’s learning and exploration.

  • Elaine Khoo, Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, University of Waikato; Rosina Merry and Nhung Hong Nguyen, University of Waikato; and Timothy Bennett and Nadine MacMillan, Campus Creche, Hamilton.

Sustaining high quality pedagogy in the changing technological landscape.

  • Alan Ovens, Dawn Garbett, Rena Heap, and Constanza Tolosa, University of Auckland.

Connections, diversity, coherence: Three vignettes exploring learning with iPads in primary schools.

  • Karen Melhuish Spencer, Tania Coutts, Tara Fanagan, and Allanah King, CORE Education Ltd, Christchurch.

Digital positioning for inclusive practice in early childhood: The cultural practices surrounding digital tablets in family homes.

  • Marilyn Fleer, Monash University, Australia.

Creating content: Building literacy skills in year 1 students using open format apps.

  • Gary Falloon, University of Waikato.

iPads in teacher education: integrating a range of language learning knowledges through a technological medium.

  • Judy Hunter and Nicola Daly, University of Waikato.

Show and tell: Using iPads for assessment in mathematics.

  • Sandra Williamson-Leadley and Naomi Ingram, University of Otago College of Education.

Fostering motivation for literacy in early childhood education using iPads.

  • Ann Hatherly, CORE Education, Auckland; and Bridget Chapman, Kensington Educare, Whangarei.

COWpads: Sharing iPads in a range of secondary school classrooms.

  • Noeline Wright, Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, University of Waikato; and Mervyn Cook, Sarah Collett, and Ingrid Rinsma, Hillcrest High School.