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CINZS 2011, Vol. 23, No. 2

Kia ora, welcome to Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching, Technology, 23 (2).

Editorial

Editorial

  • Kwok-Wing Lai


Articles (non-peer reviewed)

Digital diversity and education: Some philosophical problems

  • John Clark - Massey University


ICT for Teaching and ICT for learning: They are not the same

  • Robert Douglas - Howick College

Research Articles (non-peer reviewed)

Students’ experiences of flexible learning options: What can they tell us about what they need for success?

  • Keryn Pratt and Ann Trewern - University of Otago College of Education

Professional articles

A teacher's experience using blogs

  • Gillian May - Lawrence Area School


eLearning: Enriching learning in the classroom

  • Claire Buist - St Clair School, Dunedin


Where the Wiki things are: A student teacher's experience of ICT on posting

  • Bridget O'Leary - Student, University of Otago, College of Education


To wiki or not to wiki?

  • Andrew Sutton - Student University of Otago, College of Education

Columns and Reviews

New forms of networked schooling are evolving – fast! Visionary leadership please

  • Niki Davis - Canterbury University