LNM will be well represented at the 2016 American Education Research Association conference in Washington DC. We have had eight papers accepted from a number of our recent and on-going research projects. Congratulations to all involved!
- Anne Harris (2016) Virtual Embodiment and the Love of Monuments
- Anne Harris (2016) Writing for Performance: Embodied Creativity
- Michael Henderson & Neil Selwyn (2016) ‘Open’ data? The possibilities and limitations of democratizing school data access and use
- Michael Henderson & Michael Phillips (2016) Using Video, Audio and Screencast Technologies to Enhance Assessment Feedback
- Ibrahim Latheef (2016) Reconceptualising interactivity around interactive whiteboards from cultural historical activity theory perspective.
- Mary Lou Rasmussen & Deana Leahy (2016) Counter-School-Health-
Education: Queering intersections between sexuality education and health education
- Michael Phillips (2016) Contextual factors influencing teachers’ TPACK enactment
- Neil Selwyn (2016) Digital technologies and the (un)changing nature of teachers’ work