References for 4.1 Professional Development and Digital Literacy
Bruce, C (2004) Information Literacy as a Catalyst for Educational Change, in Danaher, Patrick Alan, Eds. Proceedings “Lifelong Learning: Whose responsibility and what is your contribution?”, the 3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference, pages pp. 8-19, Yeppoon, Queensland. Accessed 5/11/12 at: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/4977/1/4977_1.pdf
Carrington, V. and Robinson, M. (2009). Digital literacies: social learning and classroom practices. London, SAGE.
Darling-Hammond, L. (2008). Teacher learning that supports student learning. Teaching for intelligence, 91-101.
Davies, J., & Merchant, G. (2009). Web 2.0 for schools. New York-2009 Thomas A. Bailey-“Democrats vs. Republicans”-New York-1968 Manuel Merz-“Wahlkampf im Internet”-2. Auﬂage-Berlin-2009.
DfE (2012) Teacher Training Options, Department for Education. Accessed 4/11/12 at: http://www.education.gov.uk/get-into-teaching/teacher-training-options.aspx
Hague, C. and Williamson, B. (2009). Digital participation, digital literacy, and school subjects: A review of the policies, literature and evidence, Futurelab
Lee, M. J., McLoughlin, C., & Chan, A. (2008). Talk the talk: Learner‐generated podcasts as catalysts for knowledge creation. British Journal of Educational Technology, 39(3), 501-521.
Merchant, G. (2005). “Digikids: cool dudes and the new writing.” E-Learning 2(1): 50-60
Selwyn, N. (2011). Education and technology: Key issues and debates. Continuum.