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Computers in New Zealand Schools
Back Issues

There's a wealth of material in the back issues of Computers in New Zealand Schools. Email press.accounts@otago.ac.nz for further information.

The magazine is a great resource for:

  • Specific areas of the curriculum
  • Particular educational needs (Maori, rural, etc.)
  • Research projects
  • Professional development

Vol 20/1 April 2008 ($15)

  • • A Nati Whanau: Navigating the Digital Divide
    • Podcasting
    • Developing 3D Video Games that Encourage Higher-Order Thinking
    • Towards Effective Business Education Partnerships in ICT

Vol 19/2 July 2007 ($15)

  • Changing faces of technology
  • Web 2.0 in the classroom
  • Using ICT in schools in Busan, South Korea
  • Engaged and delightful learning

Vol 19/1 April 2007 ($15)

  • Learning about learning
  • E Fellows report back

Vol 18/3 November 2006 ($15)

  • Gender perception and the use of computers
  • IT in secondary education
  • Video conferencing
  • Writing as professional development

Vol 18/2 July 2006 ($15)

  • ICT in Early Childhood Education
  • Laying the foundation for a digital future

Vol 18/1 April 2006 ($15)

  • High-end Creativity
  • What Strategies do Students use to Construct Meaningful
    Knowledge in e-Classrooms?
  • Storytelling: Keeping it Complex, Keeping it Connected

Vol 17/3 November 2005 ($10)

  • Electronic blackboards. No longer available.

Vol 17/2 July 2005 ($10)

  • The Next Generation: Looking to the future
  • Information and Communication Technology: A pawn to the king
  • Technology and PBL in School and Teacher Education: New Zealand and Australian case studies
  • Reframing Learning through Wireless Technologies: The wonders and the worries
  • Cyber-Bullying among Adolescents: Is it releated to traditional bullying

Vol 17/1 March 2005 ($10)

  • Teacher Learning: Thinking Global, Acting Local
  • The Way IT Was: A Story of Persistence
  • How Can I Optimise Computer Use in my Classroom

Vol 16/3 November 2004 ($10)

  • Rhetoric and Reality: What role does ICT play in the education of New Zealand's gifted and talented students?
  • Initiatives in Gifted and Talented Education
  • ICT and Learning: The iPAinT experience
  • Learning to Teach Visual Literacy: One school's journey

Vol 16/2 July 2004 ($10)

  • Evaluating the Evidence: e-Learning Policy & Practice
  • Rethinking the 'Computers in Schools' Policy Cycle
  • Oversold and Underused? Computers in NZ Classrooms

Vol 16/1 April 2004 ($10)

  • Integrating ICT into a New Entrant Classroom
  • ICT Practicum Experience for Pre-service Teaching Students
  • Enriching the Learning Environment in Early
  • Childhood Centres

Vol 15/3 November 2003 ($10)

  • South Auckland Schools Net
  • Te Putahitanga: A Meeting of Pathways
  • Claymation for Visual Literacy
  • Digital Video Literacy gets a Fair Go
  • Using ICT to Empower Students to Seek a Healthier Lifestyle
  • Extending the Boundaries of a College Network
  • Creating Digital Opportunities at Home and in the School

Vol 15/2 July 2003 ($10)

  • Critical voices on the digital revolution
  • The knowledge-producing school
  • The UNITEC New Era Learning Initiative
  • Listening to the classroom teacher
  • Awakening interest in the developing world
  • Using digital cameras

Vol 15/1 March 2003 ($10)

  • Information literacy through the internet
  • Teaching online
  • Ten years of CALL
  • ICT in the secondary science curriculum
  • Beyond the Digital Horizon

Vol 14/3 November 2002 ($10)

  • North Shore Schools Net (NSSNet): An ICT community building approach:
  • The Action Research Model used for guiding ICT in schools
  • Broadcasting to the Community and beyond
  • Technology and cardiovascular fitness
  • Environmental monitory of Lake Pupuke

Vol 14/2 July 2002 ($10)

  • Towards a Political Understanding of New Zealand's ICT strategies
  • Information Literacy
  • Online Learning

Vol 14/1 March 2002 ($10)

  • Installing our school's computer network
  • Email as a technology tool
  • Students in online conferences
  • Plus: Music/Technology/Maths

Vol 13/3 November 2001 ($10)

  • A Global Perspective on ICT Use in Education, with contributions from Australia, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand and USA

Vol 13/2 August 2001 ($10)

  • ICT Professional Development
  • Digital Literacy
  • English Online
  • I-learning and e-learning

Vol 13/1 March 2001 ($10)

  • Electronic Field Trips
  • Recycled Computers
  • ICT in Social Studies
  • Online Project: Rescue Me!

Vol 12/3 November 2000 ($10)

  • Beginning teachers' experiences with new technology
  • Open letter to the Minister of Education
  • Visual language and the small screen

Vol 12/2 July 2000 ($10)

  • Internet-based Learning and ESOL
  • Outdoor Education: A Resource Guide
  • Sydney's Summer Olympics

Vol 12/1 March 2000 ($10)

  • Educationally Effective Science Sites
  • Managing Computers in Kindergartens
  • Professional Development
  • Internet-based Information Network for Rural Women
  • Teaching Maths with Logo

Vol 11/3 November 1999 - Information Literacy ($10)

  • Helping Students to Think Using Information Skills and ICT
  • Building Confidence for Primary Teachers
  • Online Professional Development
  • Internet Learning in Indigenous Cultures
  • Cybermarae: Maori World Views, the Internet and Initiatives in ICT

Vol 11/1 March 1999 ($10)

  • Mentoring: A Model for ICT Professional Development
  • Further Development of the Hassle-Free Website
  • Computers and Social Studies Education
  • Teacher Development in Logo

Vol 10/3 November 1998 ($10)

  • Setting up a Keypal Project in your Classroom
  • Getting your Free Email Account
  • Designing Websites for Schools
  • Horses for Courses: Searching the WWW

Vol 10/2 August 1998 ($10)

  • A Rural Teacher's Computer Encounters
  • Occupational Overuse Syndrome
  • Using Hyperstudio in a Social Studies and English Unit
  • Senior Maths Statistics Software