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Putting Students at the Centre: Developing effective learners in primary technology classrooms

Judy Moreland

Focusing on the technology education findings of the LITE (Assessment) project shows that students learn effectively in technology when they develop a broad understanding of technology, are clear about the task goals and the task substance, and make strong links between conceptual, procedural, societal, and technical considerations. Specific examples of student behaviour and learning are discussed, together with the implications of these findings for teachers.

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